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CT updates insurers, homeowners on crumbling foundations

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's top insurance overseer is again publicly reminding insurers and home and condominium owners that they cannot face higher premiums or cancellations because they have, or have repaired,...

Yard Goats baseball returns Thursday to Hartford’s Dunkin’ Donuts Park

Joe Cooper |

The Yard Goats on Thursday night will kickoff its third-season home opener at Dunkin' Donuts Park in downtown Hartford.

CT Innovations pursues Colt Gateway in Hartford-New Haven HQ split

Matt Pilon |

The state's quasi-public venture capital arm, Connecticut Innovations, said it's decided to depart its longtime Rocky Hill home base and is negotiating for space in Hartford's Colt Gateway.

More rent cuts Griffin's 1Q loss

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut commercial landlord Griffin Industrial Realty booked more rent in the fiscal first quarter, largely from Ford Motor Co.'s lease in Griffin's newest Hartford area distribution facility,...

W. Hartford apt. pair sold at $12.2M

Gregory Seay |

A pair of West Hartford apartment buildings have sold for about $12.2 million to new owners who plan more than $1 million in upgrades to their combined 109 units and common areas.

$2.75M Enfield office sale

Gregory Seay |

A 52,000-square-foot Enfield medical-office building has sold for $2.75 million.

Manchester PZC pushes knitting mill conversion forward

Joe Cooper |

Manchester’s Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday granted two key approvals for developers working to convert the former Glastonbury Knitting Co. building into senior housing.

Glastonbury to weigh scaled-down hotel pitch

Matt Pilon |

A local commission this week will review modified plans from a developer seeking to build a hotel on a remaining empty parcel within Glastonbury's Somerset Square.

CT Feb. housing starts lower

Gregory Seay |

Housing starts across Connecticut remained sluggish in February, posting a smaller tally from a year earlier for the second consecutive month, new data shows.

Real estate agents ramp-up political activism as state economy, housing market flounder

Gregory Seay |

As Connecticut's economy and housing market flounder, real estate agents in recent years have increased their political activism.

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