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Hartford offers $10K for Frog Hollow anti-blight efforts

Gregory Seay |

The city of Hartford is accepting applications from organizations and citizen groups for 10 $1,000 grants to combat blight in the Frog Hollow neighborhood, officials say.

DoNo developer Salvatore debuts New Haven hotel

Joe Cooper |

The developer selected to redevelop Hartford's Downtown North (DoNo) quadrant surrounding Dunkin' Donuts Park has opened a new 108-room luxury hotel in New Haven.

UConn Trustees expected to vote on new president Tuesday


Thomas C. Katsouleas, the finalist for the UConn presidency, is not only provost and executive vice president of the University of Virginia and an inventor and researcher with hundreds of...

Crumbling foundation aid distributed this week

Joe Cooper |

A portion of Connecticut homeowners who applied for crumbling concrete foundation relief will begin receiving checks this week, according to the nonprofit insurer supporting them.

Windsor's Great Pond has apartments underway

Gregory Seay |

Nearly a decade since plans for Windsor's Great Pond mixed-use development first aired, construction is underway on a 230-unit apartment community in the master-planned community.

Farmington landlord-entrepreneur Autorino dies

Gregory Seay |

Farmington landlord-entrepreneur Anthony D. “Tony” Autorino, once the youngest executive to run one of United Technologies Corp.'s divisions, has died. He was 80.

Enfield pitches $25M senior-housing redevelopment

Joe Cooper |

The Enfield Housing Authority (EHA) wants to spend $25 million to redevelop and expand an elderly housing complex in town because the current facility lacks size and is too costly to operate,...

CT home prices hit 5-yr. high in '18

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home prices rose in December to their highest in five years, said Boston publisher-home sales tracker The Warren Group. Condo prices posted their best performance since 2015.

China will overtake the US as the world's biggest retail market this year


China's economy may be slowing down, but the country is still set to eclipse the United States as the world's top retail market for the first time.

Recreational pot would be a boon to CT economy, real estate

Luke Massirio and Daniel Glissman |

Connecticut is uniquely positioned to implement an adult recreational cannabis program quickly and efficiently.

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