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Optimism helps fill more downtown Hartford office space, but economy, other factors still leave vacancies

Gregory Seay |

Optimism is helping fill more downtown Hartford office space, but the economy and other factors are still leaving sizable vacancies.

Sears chairman bids $4.6 billion to buy 500 stores and keep them open

CNNMONEY |

Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert wants to buy stores and assets to keep the company alive.

Target to debut scaled-down W. Hartford store in 2019

Joe Cooper |

Retail giant Target announced plans Tuesday to launch its first-ever small storefront in West Hartford's Bishops Corner shopping center.

Hartford hikes building-permit fees

Gregory Seay |

It now costs more to build or renovate space in Hartford.

Hartford's other Main Street development block

Gregory Seay |

Sitting just blocks from Dunkin' Donuts Park and surface parking lots comprising Hartford's Downtown North quadrant, is a cluster of buildings fronting Main Street that some city and development...

CT Oct. housing starts down

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut housing starts fell for the third straight month in October, all but assuring the state's full-year count of new homebuilding permits will fall short for a third year.

CT’s Oct. home sales, prices drop

Gregory Seay |

Sales and prices for houses and condos fell statewide in October, new data shows.

Plans offer glimpse of Hartford's Main-Park St. redevelopment

Joe Cooper |

The developers of a planned 108-unit mixed-use apartment community at the corner of Main and Park streets in Hartford have revealed site plans showing the project will include over 20,400 square feet...

The door widens to 'Opportunity Zones' amid concerns about impact

Gregory Seay |

Investors, developers and economic-development officials are eagerly awaiting the potential impact of Opportunity Zone investments.

Area Oct. home, condo sales, prices mixed

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford house sales flattened in October, but median prices rose slightly, Realtors say.

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