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New developer, plans for W. Hartford convent

Gregory Seay |

The ambitious redevelopment proposal to convert The Sisters of St. Joseph convent in West Hartford into apartments has a new developer, who has renamed the project and scaled back its initial...

Downtown Hartford developer Marc Levine dies

Gregory Seay |

Marc S. Levine, whose redevelopment of several downtown Hartford commercial buildings paved the way to more people calling the center city home, died Tuesday, according to his online obituary in the...

Infosys confirms Goodwin Square lease in downtown Hartford

Joe Cooper |

India-based information technology and outsourcing provider Infosys has confirmed it leased three floors in downtown's Goodwin Square building.

Insurance exchange aims to raise profile, attraction of small business health insurance option

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's insurance exchange, Access Health CT, is trying to raise the profile and attraction of its small-business health insurance plans.

Sears, the store that changed America, declares bankruptcy


Sears, the once-dominant retail chain that changed how Americans shopped and lived, has filed for bankruptcy.

Hartford's JCJ Architecture expands in Sin City

Norman Bell |

JCJ Architecture, the Hartford-based design firm, used the Global Gaming Expo this week to launch its Las Vegas office.

No bids for CT's Hartford skyscraper

Gregory Seay |

The state's mid-September bid deadline for its vacant, high-rise office tower overlooking the downtown I-84 viaduct came and went with no suitable offer in hand, officials say.

Landlord Griffin posts 3Q loss

Gregory Seay |

Major Connecticut commercial landlord Griffin Industrial Realty swung to red in the fiscal third quarter with no property sales to contribute to earnings.

Simsbury's ex-Hartford Life property for sale

Gregory Seay |

A 132-acre chunk of the former Hartford Life office complex in Simsbury is for sale, brokers say.

Progressive Democratic businessman Lamont seeks tradeoffs with CT employers

Matt Pilon |

In his campaign for governor, Democrat Ned Lamont has emphasized his management style, mixture of business and progressive sensibilities, and promise of modest tax relief for residents and companies.

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