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Amazon picks New York, Northern Virginia for its new headquarters after year-long search


After running a year-long competition that drew interest from hundreds of cities and a number of states, Amazon has chosen New York City and Northern Virginia to split duty as its second headquarters.

Amid brick-and-mortar shakeup, Greater Hartford's retail vacancy rate shrinks

Sean Teehan |

Amid a brick-and-mortar shakeup, Greater Hartford's retail vacancy rate has declined. Find out why.

Sears creditors suggest Chairman Eddie Lampert structured deals to enrich himself


Sears creditors are questioning a series of deals between the company and its chairman and primary shareholder, Eddie Lampert, saying they might have been structured to benefit him rather than the...

2 downtown Hartford bldgs. open housing

Gregory Seay |

Downtown Hartford's inventory of multi-family housing has added more than five dozen new units with the debut of living units for lease or sale in a pair of residential buildings overlooking or near...

Santander eyes larger CT commercial loan footprint

Q&A talks with Robert Cerminaro, Santander Bank's regional executive of commercial banking for Connecticut.

Greater Hartford’s rising luxury-housing demand

Gregory Seay |

The more luxurious the home, the better the equity appreciation and resale value.

Cromwell retirement community eyes $48M expansion

Joe Cooper |

A 220-unit retirement community in Cromwell is slated to add another 54 units under a proposed $48 million expansion.

CT’s Sept. home prices a 10-yr. high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's sales of existing one-family houses and condos fell again in September, but continued strong median house prices hit a 10-year high, new data shows.

CT’s Sept. homebuilding permits drop

Gregory Seay |

New-housing demand in Connecticut plummeted in September, with surveyed municipalities issuing fewer home-building permits than were granted the same month a year ago.

Federal tax law brings numerous changes for commercial property owners

Edward Reitmeyer |

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most sweeping change to the U.S. federal income tax laws in over three decades, and it will have an effect on every U.S. taxpayer, but none more so than taxpayers...

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