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Following setback, $200M Windsor Locks project begins local approval process

Matt Pilon |

A Long Island developer whose ambitious $200 million proposed sports complex in Windsor Locks was sidelined last month amid concerns about his past legal history is scheduled to appear before the...

$200M+ Avon Village Center project advances

Gregory Seay |

A Rhode Island developer says construction could begin as early as Oct. 1 in Avon's center on the initial phase of a long-awaited residential, office and retail complex that when fully complete will...

Developer bares revised Great Pond vision

Gregory Seay |

Great Pond Village, the long-delayed proposed redevelopment of a Windsor brownfield site, is being recast by its Massachusetts developer into a more commercially focused project than...

Plainville med-office sold at $5.5M

Gregory Seay |

A medical-office building that is one of a cluster of healthcare-focused properties in Plainville sold recently for $5.5 million, brokers say.

CT's median home price hits 5-yr. high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales fell in June but the median price for those that sold last month hit a five-year high, a new sampling shows.

Stamford developer’s DoNo vision taking shape

Gregory Seay |

Stamford real estate developer Randy Salvatore, who is negotiating with the city of Hartford on a $200 million proposal to redevelop its Downtown North quadrant, says it will take six years to create...

Developer wants to build 92 single-family homes in Bristol

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's pace of new home construction has slowed in recent years but that's not stopping a development company from plotting a major housing project in Bristol.

UTC campus building sold at $20.4M

Gregory Seay |

The Farmington office building leased for United Technologies Corp.'s leadership center on its headquarters campus sold recently for $20.4 million, brokers and land records say.

CT's June housing permits ebbed

Gregory Seay |

Homebuilding eased statewide in June from a month and a year earlier, new data shows.

More downtown Hartford apartments set

Gregory Seay |

Yet another proposed offices-to-apartments conversion has emerged for downtown Hartford -- a $5.6 million redevelopment of the five-story Lewtan Building at 28 High St., next door to the Teachers...

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