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Hartford man guilty of threatening judge

Gregory Seay |

A Hartford landlord convicted of threatening a federal judge faces up to five years in prison when he is sentenced in January, authorities say.

Report: CT foreclosure rate still needs improvement

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut saw more foreclosures in the third quarter of 2017 than it did prior to the recession, according to a new study by property analytics firm ATTOM Data Solutions.

REIT acquires medical office buildings in Fairfield County

John Stearns |

A real estate investment trust has acquired two medical office buildings in Stratford and Trumbull totaling about 80,000 square feet.

More leases drive Griffin's 3Q net

Gregory Seay |

Griffin Industrial Realty Inc. says having more of its commercial space under lease in and outside Connecticut restored fiscal third-quarter profits for the New York landlord, which has sizable...

Fewer Hartford area homeowners late paying mortgages in July

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer homeowners in the Hartford region were behind on their mortgages in July, mirroring a continuing national trend, CoreLogic said Tuesday.

N. Britain's Starling Physicians inks $16M office sale-leaseback

Gregory Seay |

A pair of New Britain medical-office buildings totaling around 140,000 square feet recently underwent an approximately $16 million sale-leaseback transaction, brokers say.

Hartford developer showcases $23M Windsor luxury apartment complex

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford Developer Martin Kenny's latest project, a $23 million luxury apartment development in Windsor that opened in March, is almost fully leased, the developer says.

More downtown Hartford apartments set

Gregory Seay |

Construction will soon get underway to convert a long-vacant downtown building into 60 apartments and commercial space targeted at educators.

Area's Aug. home sales up, prices still soft

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area home sales performed again in August as they have much of this year: single-family and condo sales rose but their median prices remain soft, Realtors say.

Capewell earns LEED Gold

Matt Pilon |

The developer of the former Capewell Horse Nail factory in Hartford has earned LEED Gold status for its $27 million south end apartment project.

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