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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.

Gottesdiener's multifamily outlook

Gregory Seay |

Northland Investment Corp. CEO Larry Gottesdiener shared his outlook for the nation's hot apartment market.

Prolific Hartford landlord Gottesdiener airs frustration, optimism for city

Northland Investment Corp. CEO Larry Gottesdiener sat down recently with the Hartford Business Journal for a rare, wide-ranging interview, discussing myriad issues and to air his frustration with...

Northland's 'adjacency' strategy key to Hartford footprint

Greg Bordonaro |

If you look at a map of Northland Investment Corp.'s current and former Hartford realty holdings, you'll notice they surround the XL Center.

Hartford 21: The tower Northland got right

Gregory Seay |

Larry Gottesdiener recalls the day years ago when he showcased his soaring 36-story Hartford 21 luxury apartment tower to local developers.

Hartford's most prolific landlord airs his frustration, optimism for the city

Greg Bordonaro| Gregory Seay |

Still one of Hartford's most prolific landlords, Northland CEO Larry Gottesdiener airs frustration, optimism about the city's future.

Hartford industrial property sells for $2.1M

Gregory Seay |

A 33,280-square-foot Hartford industrial property at 80 Weston St. has sold for $2.1 million, city records show.

CT housing posted moderate growth in ‘17

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's housing market grew slower than expected last year largely due to modest economic growth, according to the state Department of Labor (DOL).

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