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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

CNN BUSINESS |

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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