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One of Middletown’s most unique properties, the former home of collectibles and oddities purveyor Wild Bill’s Nostalgia, has been purchased by the owners of a nearby car dealership.
About a decade ago Kevin Bouley laid out an ambitious plan to establish a bustling technology corridor in the bucolic town of Tolland that would feed off the synergies of UConn’s research and intellectual capital in nearby Storrs.
The city of Hartford has had many major new developments in recent years that have dominated the headlines.
It’s been more than a decade since plans for an ambitious $71-million South Windsor movie studio project were first publicly aired.
A zone change is largely a mundane task that represents the basic blocking and tackling of most planning and zoning commissions. But sometimes it can symbolize something of greater importance, including a vision for the future.
It’s always tough for a municipality when a major employer downsizes or leaves town entirely, something Enfield has experienced a few times in recent years.
When National Welding opened its metal-machining plant on Newington’s Cedar Street in 1941, the 3.9-acre parcel was part of a peaking U.S. steel industry, the power center of which was New England.
COVID-19 has proven to be a death blow for some Connecticut restaurants, but not all eateries are on life support, particularly those located in the posh foodie destinations of West Hartford Center and Blue Back Square.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led some businesses to rethink expansion plans but in Canton, where construction permits are actually up 10% from last year, Mitchell Subaru plans to build a new 27,000-square-foot facility.
For most development directors in Connecticut, having one major project in the pipeline is a big deal.
From where Berlin Economic Development Director Chris Edge sits, now, more than ever is a time for municipalities to be aggressive about attracting new private-sector investment.
When Community Mental Health Affiliates Inc. (CMHA) moved into the Plaza building in downtown New Britain, neighbors were skeptical about what the nonprofit would add to the city’s largest business district.
There are a few types of developments that don’t come along often or ever for most towns, but East Windsor has two of them in the works.
New apartment development has swept through Greater Hartford in recent years, with much of the activity occurring in more densely populated cities and suburbs.
When Farmington’s New Horizons Village opened in the 1980s, Connecticut’s housing infrastructure for physically disabled adults was so bereft of options, many lived in hospital wards in New Haven or Hartford.
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, consumers aren’t shopping for clothing like they usually do, which has reduced order volumes for makers of garments and other textile products.