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The city of Hartford has reached a tentative $9.9 million settlement with an insurance company and Middletown developer, ending a legal challenge that has held up construction of hundreds of apartments in lots around the Dunkin’ minor league baseball stadium.
The settlement resolves a dispute that began in 2016, when the city, under Mayor Luke Bronin, fired Middletown-based Centerplan Cos. from the construction of the stadium, and canceled an agreement to allow a related company, DoNo Hartford LLC, to build blocks of apartments on vacant lots around the ballpark.
In addition to the settlement, the city has also spent millions of dollars in legal fees to defend itself.
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