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Developer pitches 108-unit Newington apartment project near busway

Joe Cooper |

A Massachusetts-based developer that has been active building new apartments in Greater Hartford is eyeing a $32 million transit-oriented development on a long-vacant lot near a CTfastrak station in...

June area home sales, prices fall

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area homes sales fell, along with prices, in June, Realtors say.

Meriden Commons I done; Phase 2 to start

Gregory Seay |

The first phase of the $55 million Meriden Commons mixed-income housing community officially opens Tuesday in downtown Meriden, with groundbreaking for the development's second phase taking place the...

Dollar General eyes Haddam store

Gregory Seay |

Discount retailer Dollar General has purchased for $468,000 a one-acre parcel in Haddam to erect a new store, brokers say.

Newington commercial condo sold at $2.1M

Gregory Seay |

A 9,670-square-foot Newington commercial condominium sold recently for $2.095 million, brokers say.

Self-defense key to Jones’ entrepreneurial pursuits

Stan Simpson Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Joe Jones is an accomplished martial artist and instructor, but he's also an entrepreneur who owns a private security firm and real estate in Hartford.

Bloomfield's The Arbors draw $27M

Gregory Seay |

A 132-unit Bloomfield apartment community in the shadow of the town's Woodland Avenue industrial corridor has sold for $26.85 million, brokers say.

Hartford selects lone bidder for $200M DoNo development

Joe Cooper |

City leaders announced Wednesday the selection of a Stamford-based landlord-developer to redevelop four vacant lots in downtown Hartford’s northern section flanking Dunkin’ Donuts Park.

N. Britain's Hart complex auction slated

Gregory Seay |

New Britain's former Hart Medical Center complex is headed to a foreclosure auction in mid-August, the California auctioneer says.

CT's natural gas expansion plan well behind schedule

Matt Pilon |

The state's ambitious plan to convert hundreds of thousands of Connecticut properties to natural gas heating is well behind schedule.

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