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$200M+ Avon Village Center project advances

Gregory Seay |

A Rhode Island developer says construction could begin as early as Oct. 1 in Avon's center on the initial phase of a long-awaited residential, office and retail complex that when fully complete will...

Manchester tapping its many roads to growth

Gregory Seay |

Manchester restaurateur Tammy Gerhard and her husband teamed with another couple nearly two years ago to open their Silk City Coffee establishment on Manchester's historic Main Street.

As Hartford region evolves, so do chances for growth

David Griggs |

The businesses and leaders that call this region home are world class in what they do on a global scale.

Stamford developer’s DoNo vision taking shape

Gregory Seay |

Stamford real estate developer Randy Salvatore, who is negotiating with the city of Hartford on a $200 million proposal to redevelop its Downtown North quadrant, says it will take six years to create...

Hartford’s LISC taps Horan as exec. dir.

Joe Cooper |

Hartford nonprofit The Local Initiatives Support Corp. (LISC) has named James P. Horan to lead its community development agenda, effective Sept. 17

Developer wants to build 92 single-family homes in Bristol

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's pace of new home construction has slowed in recent years but that's not stopping a development company from plotting a major housing project in Bristol.

More downtown Hartford apartments set

Gregory Seay |

Yet another proposed offices-to-apartments conversion has emerged for downtown Hartford -- a $5.6 million redevelopment of the five-story Lewtan Building at 28 High St., next door to the Teachers...

Economic development oversight lacking in CT

Greg Bordonaro |

Developers beware. If you or your projects have a track record of legal entanglements be transparent about them before you pitch an ambitious development in Connecticut.

After HBJ inquiry, W. Locks pulls plug on $200M mega-sports complex

Matt Pilon |

The chief elected official in Windsor Locks said Monday afternoon that the town has suspended negotiations with the developer of a proposed $200 million sports complex, after the Hartford Business...

Verico to move New Hampshire corporate office to Enfield plant

HOWARD FRENCH | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

Verico Technology, which owns the former Presstek Inc.’s operation at 230 Shaker Road, is moving its corporate offices from Nashua, New Hampshire, to Enfield, company officials said Friday.

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