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CT housing permits up in July

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homebuilders in July filed for more permits to erect houses, condos and apartments than the previous month and a year earlier.

Area Realtors extend listings reach nationally

Gregory Seay |

Central Connecticut's biggest cluster of real estate agents service now offers Realtors a network through which they can market commercial properties for sale or lease to buyers and investors across...

Downtown Hartford office pair sold at $2.35M

Gregory Seay |

Landlord Shelbourne Global Solutions LLC has expanded its downtown Hartford office portfolio yet again, purchasing for $2.35 million a pair of adjoining, historic buildings on Pratt and Trumbull...

CT Water inks rate settlement

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Water Co., a water utility for more than 50 communities across much of the state, will book an additional $3.1 million in annual revenue, following a rate settlement.

Efficiency contractor: CT funding raid taking its toll

Matt Pilon |

The legislature's decision late last year to raid $165 million in energy-efficiency funds to help solve the state's budget deficit is playing out about as badly as expected for efficiency contractors.

Hartford area home sales, prices up in July

Joe Cooper |

Hartford and its suburbs sold more houses for more money in July than a year ago -- the first sales climb in four months, new Realtor data shows.

CT's empty Hartford office tower for sale

Gregory Seay |

The state is seeking buyers for its vacant, troubled Hartford office building overlooking the I-84 viaduct.

Following setback, $200M Windsor Locks project begins local approval process

Matt Pilon |

A Long Island developer whose ambitious $200 million proposed sports complex in Windsor Locks was sidelined last month amid concerns about his past legal history is scheduled to appear before the...

$200M+ Avon Village Center project advances

Gregory Seay |

A Rhode Island developer says construction could begin as early as Oct. 1 in Avon's center on the initial phase of a long-awaited residential, office and retail complex that when fully complete will...

Developer bares revised Great Pond vision

Gregory Seay |

Great Pond Village, the long-delayed proposed redevelopment of a Windsor brownfield site, is being recast by its Massachusetts developer into a more commercially focused project than...

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