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City Offices May Move To Talcott Plaza In $30 Million Deal

HARTFORD — The city is considering taking control of the vacant, derelict One Talcott Plaza downtown as a future site for municipal offices that are now in leased space. Hartford and LAZ Parking, the current owner, would jointly renovate the building, with the city taking over ownership and LAZ.

70 Percent Of 777 Main Apartments Are Occupied, Developer Says

HARTFORD — At Tuesday s grand opening of the 777 Main apartments downtown, one thing was clear: It is time to stop calling the 26-story tower the former Bank of America building. Since leasing began five months ago, 197, or nearly 70 percent, of the 285 units in the building across from the Old.

Dozens Attend Hearing On Hartford s Gold Street Realignment

Connecticut Real Estate – Home of the Week

Property of the Week: Skyline Estates, East Hampton


Two natural attributes make Skyline Estates off Clark Hill Road in East Hampton especially noteworthy – the view from the ridge on which it sits and Lake Pocotopaug just below it. It’s fair to say that no matter where you go in Skyline Estates the views are spectacular. It encompasses about 100.

Property of the Week: Mayfield Place, Enfield

“How often do you get to live in an apartment that nobody else has ever lived in before?” asks Christine Cherrone, property manager at Mayfield Place in Enfield. Not only are these beautiful rental apartments brand new, they are often mistaken for condominiums because of their luxurious features.

Property of the Week: Windswept Farms, Coventry


As a member of one of the latest families to take up residence at Windswept Farms in Coventry, this new homeowner was more than willing to share her thoughts on the process of choosing the design elements and having her new home constructed by Nordic Builders of Tolland. “I do holidays for the.

Property of the Week: Stage Coach Farms, Durham