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CIL, Amenta Emma team for Hartford mixed-use development

Greg Bordonaro |

A Hartford-based development team has been chosen to develop city-owned land at Park and Main streets into a mixed-use development that will include retail and residential space, the city said.

E. Windsor casino demolition begins amid project uncertainty

Gregory Seay |

East Windsor's planned casino will hire at least 650 workers -- half from Hartford, the developers said Monday, the same day demolition began on the former Showcase Theater.

An urbane, $100M visage for Sam Colt’s ex-Hartford gun works

Gregory Seay |

Long before the first Texas oil gusher planted America firmly into the Oil Age and a century ahead of computer and technology innovations that birthed California's Silicon Valley, Connecticut's...

Developer envisions medical campus in Oxford's Quarry Walk

John Stearns |

Rain last week postponed the groundbreaking for a new 50,000-square-foot medical building in Oxford, part of the 300,000-square-foot Quarry Walk mixed-use development, but didn't dampen the...

TheaterWorks wins $2.5M CT renovation grant

TheaterWorks said Tuesday it has received a $2.5 million urban act grant as a grant-in-aid from the Connecticut Bond Commission to assist with renovations to its home at City Arts on Pearl in...

Infill paces Greater Hartford's surging development projects

Gregory Seay |

Want a sure sign the real estate market in your neighborhood is healthy and ripe for expansion?

Talent, prototyping needs lead Southington medical-parts maker to expand

Southington medical-parts maker Economy Spring has been in growth mode for more than two years, but since its parent company is in Illinois, managers initially looked both within and outside...

Developers, funders say tax reform likely won't pull rug out from housing credits

Gregory Seay |

Some Connecticut housing developers and funding agencies, while wary of fallout from recent federal tax reform on the desirability of two popular forms of housing tax credits, are not yet sounding...

Ford resets auto-parts hub to Windsor

Gregory Seay |

One of Connecticut's largest landlords will begin construction by this spring in Windsor on a new auto-parts distribution-warehouse for Detroit automaker Ford Motor Co., officials and regulatory...

CT offers paperless bidding for construction projects

Connecticut has introduced an online bidding process for “design-bid-build” construction projects to expedite the bidding, according to state Administrative Services chief Melody Currey.

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