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The Hartford metro is serviced by multiple Colliers offices including Hartford, Madison and Agawam, MA.
Making a difference in the Hartford metro
Colliers serves a broad range of industries, non-profits, governmental entities, institutions and individuals in the Hartford region and throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Our multiple offices offer a broad range of commercial real estate services including brokerage, project management and property management.
Colliers’ offices in the Greater Hartford region began over 70 years ago in the late 1940s. We have expanded the number of offices and our services through the years to meet the needs of our clients.
Our Project Management Group works as an extension of your staff, providing strategic guidance and hands-on management support during the planning, design, construction, commissioning and occupancy phases of capital projects. Our multi-disciplined team of professionals has the experience to develop and implement strategies to achieve your cost, schedule and quality goals and we anticipate problems before they become obstacles, ensuring your project is executed to the highest standards.
Our brokerage and property management teams have extensive experience in all property types, with most of our brokers having over 20 years of experience. We have been involved in many of the significant transactions and projects in the region.
The Knowledge Corridor includes the Hartford, CT; Springfield, MA and New Haven, CT metro areas. It is centered on seven counties, linked by a shared economy, history and culture and by features including Bradley International Airport, rail lines, Interstate 91 and the Connecticut River. The region has a rich history of innovation, invention and world-class educational institutions. Some of the many regional assets include:
Education. One of the country’s highest academic concentrations and largest capacities for research, with 41 colleges and universities and 215,000 students.
Market and workforce. The nation’s 20th largest metro region, with 2.77 million people with access to labor and consumers.
Business sectors. Financial services, bio-science, aerospace, health care, education, insurance, precision manufacturing, research and energy.
Achievement. Consistently among the nation’s top 10 in percentage of the population with advanced degrees, science-engineering doctorates and new patents registered.
Source: New England’s Knowledge Corridor