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Anthem's Wallingford space set for foreclosure

Gregory Seay |

The two-story Wallingford office building housing insurer Anthem Health and engineering firm Burns & McDonnell is slated for foreclosure, a New York realty-debt tracker says.

Report: Skilled nursing beds see price drop, assisted living sees increase

John Stearns |

The average sales price per bed at skilled nursing facilities fell 18 percent, to $81,350 in 2017, after five straight years of record prices, according to data from Norwalk's Irving Levin Associates.

W. Hartford group launches ad campaign to promote Home Improvement District

Joe Cooper |

A West Hartford-based association of independent home design professionals is unveiling a new TV and digital marketing campaign to excite renovators about making home improvements this spring.

Developers must prep for apartments of tomorrow

Rick Haughey |

Disruptive forces facing the real estate industry, such as the sharing economy, reimagined customer experiences, demographic/psychographic shifts and the pervasive impact of technology, mean the...

CT realty agents optimistic about active spring homebuying season

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

There have been encouraging signs this winter — increased foot traffic at open houses, a more stable local economy — that have realtors in the Hartford region optimistic about a busy...

Rocky Hill CVS store sold at $5.5M

Gregory Seay |

A 15,000-square-foot CVS pharmacy-retail building in Rocky Hill sold recently for $5.5 million, brokers say.

13 Manchester apts. fetch $46.6M

Gregory Seay |

Thirteen Manchester apartment communities with 388 units have been sold to a New York buyer for $46.6 million, or $120,000 per unit, brokers say.

CIL, Amenta Emma team for Hartford mixed-use development

Greg Bordonaro |

A Hartford-based development team has been chosen to develop city-owned land at Park and Main streets into a mixed-use development that will include retail and residential space, the city said.

CT's Jan. home sales mixed

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's statewide single-family house sales slumped to start the new year, but their median price rose. Condo sales rose in January, yet their median price was flat, a fresh survey shows.

E. Windsor casino demolition begins amid project uncertainty

Gregory Seay |

East Windsor's planned casino will hire at least 650 workers -- half from Hartford, the developers said Monday, the same day demolition began on the former Showcase Theater.

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