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State House Square’s debt woes return

Gregory Seay |

Downtown Hartford’s State House Square skyscraper is close to defaulting on the balance of its renegotiated $88 million mortgage, two realty debt-trackers say.

Opponents take aim at Lamont's sales tax expansion plan

Joe Cooper |

Add the legal industry to the list of professional-service providers opposed to Gov. Ned Lamont's pitch to dramatically broaden the state's sales tax.

CT housing permits weak in Jan.

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homebuilders pulled fewer municipal permits to erect new housing in January than they did a year earlier, fresh data shows.

American productivity is finally on the rise


Don't look now, but productivity might be making a comeback.

Hartford's 'Candy Cane' bldg. set for auction

Gregory Seay |

The near-downtown Hartford skyscraper that is headquarters for Connecticut Children's Medical Center is headed for an online auction, with a $5.5 million opening bid.

Paine readies garbage-disposal business for next generation as he trashes tolls

Sean Teehan |

As the head of a family trash removal business and chair of the Motor transport Association of Connecticut, Michael Paine is focused on toll opposition and passing on Paine's Inc. Recycling and...

CT stakes high ground in additive-manufacturing arms race

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut is staking high ground in the additive manufacturing arms race. Find out how.

State policies could impact CT’s spring homebuying season

Q&A talks with Rob Levine, a Realtor and 2019 president of the Greater Hartford Association of Realtors, about the region's housing market and the spring homebuying season.

Amid continued demand, next major wave of Hartford apartments set to debut in 2019

Natalie Missakian Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

By year-end 2019, prospective Hartford renters will have hundreds more downtown living spaces to choose from.

Hartford’s slowly improving commercial realty sector

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford's commercial real estate market continued its slow, if largely unremarkable, improvement in 2018, one of Connecticut's and New England's leading commercial brokers reports.

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