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CHFA issues $118M in housing bonds

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's public financier of housing says 690 single-family mortgages can be funded through its recent sale of $118 million in low-interest bonds.

Report: Fewer homeowners late on mortgage payments in Nov.

Fewer Hartford area homeowners were late paying their mortgages in November, according to the latest report from CoreLogic.

Ford resets auto-parts hub to Windsor

Gregory Seay |

One of Connecticut's largest landlords will begin construction by this spring in Windsor on a new auto-parts distribution-warehouse for Detroit automaker Ford Motor Co., officials and regulatory...

Landlord Griffin's 4Q net turns red

Gregory Seay |

Major Connecticut landlord Griffin Industrial Realty posted a fiscal fourth-quarter net loss en route to higher earnings for its full year.

KeyBank stakes $12.6M for 101 Pearl redo

Gregory Seay |

The New York development partnership converting two derelict downtown Hartford office buildings into apartments has gotten $12.6 million in bank financing for work on one of them, an Ohio lender says.

Third-party Amazon retailer to build $1.5M home base in Suffield

A Southwick, Mass.-based Amazon Prime third-party home goods seller, JSW Media Inc., is moving its operations to Suffield as part of a plan to build a $1.5 million warehouse and distribution facility...

$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

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.

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