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Hartford’s ‘18 grand list falls; top taxpayers revealed

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's 2018 grand list of taxable property fell 1.1 percent following six years of gains, according to the city's assessor.

Hartford invites Albany Ave. park-makeover bids

Gregory Seay |

The city of Hartford is accepting redevelopment bids for five North End tracts to transform them into a mixed-use development.

CT's Nov. housing permits fall

Gregory Seay |

Most Connecticut communities saw a continued slide in November in the volume of new-housing permits issued, new state data shows.

Broker Berkshire Hathaway expands in CT

Gregory Seay |

Wallingford's Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England, New York and Westchester Properties says it's expanded their Connecticut footprint after acquiring a Newtown residential brokerage.

More apts. set for Colt Gateway

Gregory Seay |

The owner of the Colt Gateway office-residential-commercial complex plans to convert a vacant school-building on its grounds into 26 new apartments.

Makeover set for ex-Hartford church assets

Gregory Seay |

A New Jersey landlord plans to convert several former Hartford church properties into an estimated 100 apartments.

Sears' moment of truth is coming


The next week could determine whether Sears, once the nation's largest and most important retailer, lives or dies.

Accelerator aims to advance CT’s bioscience ambitions

A fledgling, state-backed bioscience accelerator based in Branford — called the Accelerator for Biosciences in Connecticut, or ABCT — recently selected its second cohort of 12 startups...

Enfield’s Fabbrica to relo to leased Windsor space

Gregory Seay |

Fabbrica USA, the Enfield building-products maker that recently sidelined plans to erect a $17.3 million Windsor production facility, has settled for the time being on leasing 135,410 square feet of...

Hartford's Spectra owners covet building downtown 'communities'

Gregory Seay |

The developers of Hartford's Spectra apartments say their focus isn't just on creating new housing. They're trying to build downtown "communities."

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