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East Hartford's towering 111 Founders Plaza gets a refresh

Gregory Seay |

For 46 years, East Hartford's 111 Founders Plaza office tower has stood as the tallest building immediately east of the Connecticut River.

Owner recasts historic Hartford office tower

Gregory Seay |

One of downtown Hartford's earliest and oldest skyscrapers has been recast as an office haven for small- to mid-size tenants and with a new name, The Stark Building at 750 Main St.

Amazon picks New York, Northern Virginia for its new headquarters after year-long search


After running a year-long competition that drew interest from hundreds of cities and a number of states, Amazon has chosen New York City and Northern Virginia to split duty as its second headquarters.

Amid brick-and-mortar shakeup, Greater Hartford's retail vacancy rate shrinks

Sean Teehan |

Amid a brick-and-mortar shakeup, Greater Hartford's retail vacancy rate has declined. Find out why.

Sears creditors suggest Chairman Eddie Lampert structured deals to enrich himself


Sears creditors are questioning a series of deals between the company and its chairman and primary shareholder, Eddie Lampert, saying they might have been structured to benefit him rather than the...

2 downtown Hartford bldgs. open housing

Gregory Seay |

Downtown Hartford's inventory of multi-family housing has added more than five dozen new units with the debut of living units for lease or sale in a pair of residential buildings overlooking or near...

Santander eyes larger CT commercial loan footprint

Q&A talks with Robert Cerminaro, Santander Bank's regional executive of commercial banking for Connecticut.

Greater Hartford’s rising luxury-housing demand

Gregory Seay |

The more luxurious the home, the better the equity appreciation and resale value.

Cromwell retirement community eyes $48M expansion

Joe Cooper |

A 220-unit retirement community in Cromwell is slated to add another 54 units under a proposed $48 million expansion.

CT’s Sept. home prices a 10-yr. high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's sales of existing one-family houses and condos fell again in September, but continued strong median house prices hit a 10-year high, new data shows.

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