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Fears of housing downturn may have been overblown


The housing market is flashing signs of a bounce back in 2019.

Suffield apts. sold at $3M

Gregory Seay |

The luxury 18-unit Suffield Apartment Homes built just six years ago have been sold for just over $3 million, or $170,833 per unit, brokers say.

Area home sales, prices end ‘18 flat

Gregory Seay |

Central Connecticut house sales and prices flattened in December, a sobering climax to a year in which neither gained much traction, Realtors say.

Fledgling Hartford Land Bank eyes next step in blight-remediation efforts

Matt Pilon |

The Hartford Land Bank, seeded with $5 million in state funds two years ago, has it's work cut out for it.

Enfield's MassMutual campus for sale

Gregory Seay |

Springfield insurer MassMutual has hung a "for sale'' sign on its sprawling, 66-acre Enfield campus.

Bristol apts. fetch $4.4M

Joe Cooper |

A Massachusetts brokerage says it's sold a two building, 75-unit housing complex in Bristol to a New York developer for $4.4 million.

East Hartford adds brewery, brewpub zones

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford officials have approved new zoning laws that allow breweries and brewpubs in both commercial and industrial zones.

Hartford’s tech sector is growing

Sarah Man |

The city of Hartford could be on the edge of a tech-sector boom as a recent analysis by commercial real estate advisor CBRE showed it was the seventh-fastest growing tech market in the country in...

Spaces readies West Hartford co-working debut

Q&A talks with Michael Berretta, vice president of network development at IWG, owner of co-working brands Spaces and Regus.

CT municipalities more welcoming to medical marijuana industry

Joe Cooper |

More cities and towns have come to accept, or even embrace the medical marijuana industry, implementing new zoning rules in recent years that allow for dispensaries and production facilities.

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