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$475K S. Windsor sale

Gregory Seay |

PAS Technologies Inc. paid $475,000 for an 8,400-square-foot industrial building it occupies in South Windsor, brokers say.

Southington weighs $3M age-restricted housing project

Patricia Daddona |

Groton developer Hunter Build LLC is proposing a $3 million, 40 unit age-restricted multifamily project in Southington.

Reset for W. Hfd. convent conversion

Gregory Seay |

The Sisters of St. Joseph are back to square one with their ambitious proposal to convert their century-old West Hartford convent and campus into apartments the nuns would share with market-rate...

CT's Dec. housing permits cap down year

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut communities issued more home-building permits in December than a year earlier, yet on an annual basis granted fewer total permits, new data shows.

Retail servicer moves to Hartford's Goodwin Square

Matt Pilon |

An Arizona-based facilities and asset manager has opened a new office in Hartford's Goodwin Square in connection with its growing business relationship with 7-Eleven and Sunoco stores on the East...

CT's '17 home sales absorb Dec. slump

Gregory Seay |

Statewide homes and townhouse/condominium sales and median prices rose in 2017 despite slumping in both categories at yearend, Realtors say.

Hartford region's '17 home, condo sales rise

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford region's home and condos sales rose in 2017, but median prices held flat, Realtors say.

Report: Greater Hartford proving more attractive for office, industrial tenants

Patricia Daddona |

Greater Hartford's industrial and commercial office vacancy rates declined in 2017, a trend likely to continue this year, according to Toronto commercial real estate services firm Avison Young.

West Hartford office building sold at $1.25M

North Main Holdings LLC bought 28 North Main St. on 0.52 acres in West Hartford from Rosenfield/Hollander Associates, according to buyer's broker Sentry Commercial.

CBRE: Area industrial realty still a pacesetter

Gregory Seay |

Industrial-space demand will remain strong for Greater Hartford this year but downtown office and suburban space will continue facing headwinds until sustained job growth resumes, commercial broker...

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