New player in downtown offers a different view -- literally
Posted: Sep 01, 2006
The panoramas are stunning. The 26th floor of the Bank ofAmerica building features a bird's-eye view of Hartford likefew others. And soon, those views can be yours.
Condo Project: A Good Fit
Posted: Aug 28, 2006
Like all other downtown Hartford developers, Michael Grunberg, whoseManhattan firm Grunberg Realty recently bought the Bank of Americabuilding at 777 Main St., surely reads the surveys that say the demandfor condominiums is red hot - particularly among empty-nesters.
High-End Condos A Lofty Ambition, Office Tower Owner Plans 50-60 Units
Posted: Aug 12, 2006
The man who bought the Bank of America building on Main Street inHartford wants to turn several of the office tower's upper floors intohigh-rise condominium units - with sweeping city vistas and river viewsthat could help push the price as high as $300,000 or $400,000.
What are the elements of a successful real estate deal?
Posted: Aug 04, 2006
Responding simplistically, a good deal is one you can live with andprosper with. Naturally this applies to most anything from real estateto life itself.
CCEDA Mulls Full, Scaled Back Parking Bid
Posted: Jul 31, 2006
Grunberg Realty hedges bets in quest for state aid to build moreparking downtown. The Capital City Economic Development Authority saysits two-member parking subcommittee must review Grunberg Realty'srequest for money to build a parking garage a the downtown Bank ofAmerica building.
Grunberg Seeks $3.8 Million Garage Subsidy. Hartford tower floors will lay vacant without help.
Posted: Apr 24, 2006
Just three weeks after paying nearly $13 million for Hartford's 777Main St. office tower, developer Michael Grunberg now says he needsstate and local help to fund a $10 million parking garage expansion -or else.
Grunberg Beats Out Northland to Buy Bank of America Building
Posted: Feb 22, 2006
Grunberg Realty which purchased 280 Trumbull St. in Hartford in 2004for $65 million is well on its way to owning a second major piece ofreal estate in the city's downtown.
City Tower Has Buyer, Grunberg Realty Signs Contract For Bank Building
Posted: Feb 10, 2006
A Manhattan real estate company that describes itself as "very bullish" on Hartford has signed acontract to buy the downtown Bank of America building after Northland Investment Corp. ended itsquest to purchase the 27-story tower.
City Tower Sought, Developer Sues Over Failed Deal For Bank Of America Building
Posted: Feb 03, 2006
Northland Investment Corp., already downtown Hartford's largest landlord and the developer of a new36-story apartment tower, is seeking to add to its holdings another office building prominent in thecity's skyline.
On the Cover
Posted: Jan 03, 2006
Metro Hartford Market Guide 2006