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Landowner Griffin agrees to sell 67 acres at Phoenix Crossing

Patricia Daddona |

A property owner at the Phoenix Crossing business park that straddles Bloomfield and Windsor has agreed to sell 67 acres on the Bloomfield side of the park for about $10.25 million in cash to an...

FHLB funds CT affordable housing

Gregory Seay |

Eight Connecticut affordable-housing developments are among 45 New England housing initiatives that will share in $56.4 million in grants, loans and interest-rate subsidies from the Federal Home Loan...

CT’s housing market headed toward a ‘steady’ 2017

Curtiss Clemens Sr. |

There are several issues that will affect Greater Hartford's residential real estate market in 2017. Here is a breakdown of some of them:

Trends point to more Hartford region growth in '17

Suzanne Duca |

Becoming an 18-hour city is a goal that Hartford can achieve. Significant progress has been made by the public and private sectors to revitalize Hartford's downtown scene and reposition districts...

Rising rates will pressure/dampen realty investment returns

Jay L. Morris |

The year 2016 has been very active for commercial real estate in Connecticut and throughout the nation. All real estate has been the beneficiary of so many years of stimulus through incredibly low...

CT's Nov. home, condo sales, prices rise

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home and condo sales and prices were higher in November than a year ago, Realtors say.

Greater Hartford home cash sales decline in Sept.

Patricia Daddona |

Greater Hartford home cash sales declined in September by 2.1 percentage points to 21.4 percent of total sales, compared with the same period a year ago, according to CoreLogic.

Simsbury's Fiddler's Green sold at $3.425M

Gregory Seay |

Simsbury's Fiddler's Green Shopping Center and an adjacent commercial building have been sold for $3.425 million to an Avon buyer, brokers say.

Hamden Center II office-retail building sold for $10M

The Hamden Center II office-retail complex has sold for $10 million, brokers say.

Flush CT lenders cautiously await higher interest rates

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut banks are on pace for their most profitable and biggest lending year since at least the Great Recession, a sign that business and consumer borrowers have a healthy appetite for credit...

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