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Former Vernon textile factory set to start renting apartments

Zachary F. Vasile | Journal Inquirer |

For Vernon's Main Street residents who witnessed the slow decline of the former Talcott Brothers Mill, its path to a new purpose has at times seemed like a lifetime in the making.

Bloomfield commercial tract priced at $1.125 million

A 17.59-acre Bloomfield commercial parcel in the shadow of the Niagara Water bottling plant is for sale at $1.125 million, brokers say.

After 136 years, Hartford's Goodwin Hotel undergoes colorful rebirth

Gregory Seay |

In the span of 136 years, the Goodwin Hotel has gone from an apartment building, where legendary financier John Pierpont Morgan called home during his Hartford visits, to a lodging facility, then a...

Realty brokers targeted in crumbling-foundation lawsuits

Gregory Seay |

The enduring nightmare for a cluster of northern Connecticut homeowners with crumbling concrete foundations has spread to a potential new group of victims: Realty agents and brokers.

CT home sales, prices higher in May

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales and prices rose in May, Realtors say.

Hartford's 101-111 Pearl office bldgs. sold

Gregory Seay |

Two of downtown Hartford's last vacant office buildings finally have a new owner who says it's eager to press ahead with a $50 million conversion of both to 258 apartments, its latest...

West Hartford office-warehouse sold for $883K

A West Hartford office-warehouse building sold recently for $882,500, brokers say.

Brownfield ‘land banks’ a step closer in CT

Gregory Seay |

A second attempt in one year at encouraging municipalities to hasten cleanup of Connecticut's inventory of contaminated commercial-industrial properties is expected to draw the governor's signature...

Hartford home sales got spring bounce in May

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area home and condominium sales rose in May, but their median prices were mixed, new data shows.

Htfd. area home mortgage delinquencies decline

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer Greater Hartford homeowners were behind on their mortgage payments in March, mirroring a nationwide trend.

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