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Klee decries slow progress on $229M waste-system overhaul

Matt Pilon |

It's been seven months since the state selected a developer to overhaul the waste-to-energy plant in Hartford's South Meadows and its related network of recycling and transfer facilities, but there's...

Stamford developer’s DoNo vision taking shape

Gregory Seay |

Stamford real estate developer Randy Salvatore, who is negotiating with the city of Hartford on a $200 million proposal to redevelop its Downtown North quadrant, says it will take six years to create...

Developer wants to build 92 single-family homes in Bristol

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's pace of new home construction has slowed in recent years but that's not stopping a development company from plotting a major housing project in Bristol.

More downtown Hartford apartments set

Gregory Seay |

Yet another proposed offices-to-apartments conversion has emerged for downtown Hartford -- a $5.6 million redevelopment of the five-story Lewtan Building at 28 High St., next door to the Teachers...

Developer pitches 108-unit Newington apartment project near busway

Joe Cooper |

A Massachusetts-based developer that has been active building new apartments in Greater Hartford is eyeing a $32 million transit-oriented development on a long-vacant lot near a CTfastrak station in...

Bristol's Barnes Group acquires gas springs producer

Joe Cooper |

Bristol industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. on Monday said it acquired a U.K.-based designer, manufacturer and supplier of customized gas springs.

Developers see opportunity with increasing demand for youth-sports facilities

Matt Pilon |

Youth sports in the United States has blossomed into a $15.5 billion industry, with parents often treating out-of-state tournaments as a family vacation.

Hartford Steam Boiler's tech focus aims to transform specialty insurer into problem-solving innovator

Sean Teehan |

Hartford Steam Boiler's tech focus aims to transform the specialty insurer into a problem-solving innovator.

Bloomfield's The Arbors draw $27M

Gregory Seay |

A 132-unit Bloomfield apartment community in the shadow of the town's Woodland Avenue industrial corridor has sold for $26.85 million, brokers say.

CT gained 6,100 jobs in June

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut employers added 6,100 new jobs in June, paced by gains in manufacturing and construction. The unemployment rate eased to 4.4 percent, the state labor authorities say.

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