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New farmland harvest – solar energy – creating political sparks


Two of Connecticut's well-intentioned environmental policies are coming to a head this year.

CT home sales start '17 strong

Gregory Seay | 1

Connecticut's statewide tally of house sales rose sharply in January, but prices stayed soft, Realtors say.

ConnectiCare's Farmington home for sale at $18.85M

Gregory Seay |

One of two Farmington office buildings housing health-plan provider ConnectiCare's corporate headquarters is for sale at $18.85 million, brokers say.

Hartford area home sales up in Jan.

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area housing sales started 2017 strong in January, rising 23 percent from a year earlier, Realtors say.

All Direct’s ex-N. Britain home price cut to $1.8M

The 64,000-square-foot New Britain manufacturing warehouse for sale that once housed All Mail Direct has undergone a 30 percent cut in its $2.55 million asking price, brokers say.

In DoNo's shadow, Hartford's other developments take off

Gregory Seay |

Almost unnoticed amid Hartford's booming conversions of older office buildings into housing and commercial space and construction of a ballpark and UConn campus, is another wave of development that...

Capital City's towering imprint drives its economic curator

Gregory Seay | 1

Sean M. Fitzpatrick, the city of Hartford director responsible for seeking out and maximizing its best economic opportunities, is never far from reminders of the importance of his role — and...

Malloy proposes loan aid program for crumbling foundation homeowners

Patricia Daddona | 2

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has proposed a state loan assistance program for homeowners struggling to repair and replace crumbling foundations.

CT considers local property sale tax for open-space efforts

Matt Pilon |

Legislators are weighing a proposal calling for a local-option tax on real estate purchases in order to boost local funding for the acquisition, preservation and stewardship of open space.

CT's Dec. foreclosures, delinquencies, decline

Patricia Daddona |

The number of completed foreclosures in Connecticut declined by 25 percent in December, on a par with the national pace of 24 percent, according to fresh data from CoreLogic.

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