Front Street Movie Theater: Will You Go?

The Governor announced today that the Front Street development in Downtown Hartford has signed its first tenant, Cinema Grill. That’s right, the Governor made the announcement. Must be important for Hartford, right? This is a major step forward, as Cinema Grill, a movie theater and dining complex, will occupy a little over a third of the available Front Street space- 22,500 square feet. Hopefully this announcement will propel others to fill the remaining space in

235 Farmington Avenue, Hartford

This super two-level condo is conveniently located in Asylum Hill; close to Saint Francis Hospital, the Culinary Institute, Aetna, and Downtown. This home offers 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths over 1,341 square feet. The formal living room has hardwood parquet flooring, a wood burning fireplace, and opens to the dining room. The dining room is nicely sized and exposed brick adds warmth. An updated galley kitchen provides plenty of storage space with numerous cabinets and

Welcoming 2010

Don’t worry, we still exist! 🙂 December was a refresh and recharge (and work) month for us, so we decided to leave the blog alone for a bit, as we figured most of you had other things to be doing too. We were doing real estate during the month though, of varying degrees of importance. I received several calls from people that are thinking about selling their homes this spring, so I’ve started meeting with

Hartford Public Safety Complex

Work continues on the future Hartford Public Safety Complex on High Street. These pictures show the progress as of Saturday, June 27, 2009. The current schedule calls for the project to be complete in April 2011, and look something like this. The roof of the former Hartford Board of Education building has been removed as crews work to preserve the historic brick facade. Looking into the structure, the second floor railing and spindles are visible

Hartford: Goodbye Goodwin Hotel, Hello Society Room

The Courant had two interesting articles on Hartford business this morning; the end of the Goodwin Hotel and the birth of The Society Room. This is a bittersweet juxtaposition, now isn’t it? On one hand you have a business that’s closed and 100 people lost their jobs. But on the other hand you have a new business moving into Downtown Hartford that will add employment and attract large groups of people for events (that may