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McKinnon's Irish Pub eyes bigger downtown site

Joe Cooper| Gregory Seay |

The owner of McKinnon's Irish Pub is looking for a new home in downtown Hartford after 16 years operating at 114 Asylum St.

April area home sales, prices higher

Gregory Seay |

Sales and median prices of Greater Hartford single-family and attached dwellings climbed amid tightened inventory in April -- conditions ripe for bidding wars among buyers, Realtors say.

Hartford Foundation awards $287K grant for Albany Ave. restoration

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Foundation has awarded a $287,000 grant to the overseer of a revitalization project on Albany Avenue in the Capital City's north end.

Pratt St. building offered at $2.9M

Gregory Seay | 1

A century-old downtown Hartford retail-office building with the potential for conversion to apartments straddling the corner of Pratt and Trumbull streets is for sale at $2.9 million, brokers say.

$925K Cheshire sale

Gregory Seay |

A 33,000-square-foot Cheshire manufacturing-warehouse recently sold for $925,000, brokers say.

CT’s March used-home prices hit 5-yr high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's used homes and condos posted their biggest median-price leap in five years in March amid a decline in sales, a housing-market tracker says.

No relief for Hartford commercial taxpayers

Greg Bordonaro |

For anyone who thinks Hartford commercial taxpayers will get relief now that the city is on sturdier financial ground, think again.

CT's U.S. senators push crumbling-foundation aid

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's two U.S. senators say they have introduced federal legislation to aid homeowners and small-business owners in this and other states with fixing their crumbling foundations.

Study: Lenders reject 9% of CT loan applications

Joe Cooper |

Mortgage lenders rejected 9 percent of loan applications in recent years from Greater Hartford borrowers, which is the nation's 10th worst denial rate, according to a recent study.

Inspector General investigating Interior’s handling of CT tribes’ casino issue

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

The Interior Department’s official watchdog on Monday confirmed it is investigating why the agency rebuffed a request by Connecticut tribes to approve changes to its gaming compact needed to...

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