HARTFORD/TOLLAND COUNTIES, CT — Do you ever find yourself wondering what the purchase price was for a really nice house that just changed owners in your neighborhood or in your town? Or have you ever seen a "SOLD" sign go up in front of a property that made you think, "Someone actually bought THAT?" … [Read more...] about Recent Real Estate Transactions In Hartford And Tolland Counties
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MacKay Group acquired 27,310-square feet of freestanding office and warehouse space on 1.38 acres at 6220 Navigation Blvd. Zack Taylor and Tommy Erwin of Moody Rambin represented the buyer. Steven O’Connor and Marc Lawson of PrinGroup Commercial represented the seller, Kanprop Navigation East. … [Read more...] about Real estate transactions: Prologis lands tenant in north Houston industrial park
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The Generation Games are designed to provide a platform by which people from all generations and cultures can bond through different recreational events ranging from sports to games to music. These Games mark the first time in the world that the Generation Games have been held in one city over three consecutive years. Having originated in The Netherlands, Salem State University's Recreation Management concentration has taken the lead in the development of the Generation Games as part of a three-way partnership between Salem State University, the City of Salem, and the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. Patricia O'Brien, t Superintendent of Salem's Department of Park, Recreation, and Community Services, stated, "we really value the partnership that brings the Generation Games to the City of Salem as part of our efforts to continuously provide interactive and engaging programs to our citizens. This year's Generation Games is really going to make people happy as there is something … [Read more...] about The Generation Games are Back!