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Enfield, Windsor deals raise Winstanley’s CT portfolio

New England commercial landlord-developer Winstanley Enterprises has purchased two more northern Connecticut properties, an $11.4 million investment this time.

CT's 'bridge bank' finds its stride redeveloping downtown Hartford

Gregory Seay |

For years, the 26-story former Bank of America building at 777 Main St. stood as an empty symbol of downtown Hartford's malaise as a hub for employment and urban living.

April area house, condo sales slip

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area single-family home and condo sales softened in April, with median sale prices lower for both, Realtors say.

Attorney pays $750K for West End-Hartford office bldg.

A Hartford attorney has acquired a 18,000-square-foot office building in the city's West End for $750,000.

$19.8M approved to remake Hartford building trio

Gregory Seay |

Three proposed Hartford commercial-renovation projects -- two of them downtown -- received state Bond Commission approval Friday for $19.8 million in state loan assistance.

Alexion HQ achieves green building certification

Patricia Daddona |

Alexion Pharmaceuticals says the U.S. Green Building Council has assigned its highest level of green building certification to the rare disease drugmaker’s New Haven headquarters.

On Realtors’ dime, Geno tries coaching at the Capitol

Mark Pazniokas | CT Mirror |

Geno Auriemma stood Tuesday on a Bushnell Park bandstand, down the hill from the State Capitol, to give a motivational speech commissioned by the Connecticut Realtors. It was unclear if his target...

Fewer Hartford area mortgage delinquencies in Feb.

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer Hartford area property owners held delinquent mortgages in February, compared with a year ago, according to CoreLogic.

CT has $10.7M for housing

Gregory Seay |

Seven affordable-housing projects in six communities -- including Hartford, New Britain and Windsor Locks -- will split $10.7 million in leveraged state funds to generate 578 living units,...

Canton’s Roaring Brook Nature Center’s $725K redo

Canton's Roaring Brook Nature Center is preparing in late summer to start a $725,000 renovation that also will expand the facility's square footage by more than a third.

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