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Aetna Plan Would Move Headquarters But Preserve Most Jobs Here
Developer Plans 70 Apartments In Downtown Hartford
Paul Khakshouri, the owner of Homewood Suites on Asylum Street, has acquired the buildings at 103-105 and 109-121 Allyn St. with plans for rentals and street-level shops. The retail space is likely to include an espresso cafe and an ice cream shop.
Howard Hanna: The first family of real estate
Downtown Hartford To Get Boost From United Bank Headquarters Move
Capewell Lofts Helps Put New Face On Sheldon-Charter Oak Neighborhood
Over two decades, the decaying Capewell Horse Nail Co. factory was a hulking presence in the Sheldon-Charter Oak neighborhood, masking other redevelopment successes in the area. Now, the developer of Capewell Lofts, a $27 million conversion of the factory into 72 apartments, hopes the project will be counted as a redevelopment highlight.
UConn Hartford Campus Bookstore to Open on Front Street
Lawmakers Urged To Voice Their Opposition To Amtrak Expansion
Although local, state, and federal officials from Connecticut have made their opposition to a controversial plan to bring high-speed rail through a historic part of Old Lyme loud and clear, they aren’t letting up.
CERC Survey: View of CT Realty Upbeat
Shelbourne Scores $40M Loan for Hartford Office Tower Acquisition
Thorofare Capital has provided an affiliate of Shelbourne Global Solutions with a $40 million floating-rate commercial mortgage for the acquisition of Metro Center, a 293,640 s/f Class A office building, located in Hartford, CT.