In the press

As downtown Hartford’s commercial real estate continues to undergo its greatest transformation in generations, one home-grown developer/landlord is staying out of the way of the mostly out-of-market investors and their money who are leading the transition. Carlos Mouta, raised in the city’s ethnic Parkville neighborhood, says he’s happy to see the conversion of aged, outdated office buildings into bright, digitally connected living spaces. But he says he’s also in no hurry to mix it up with developers reshaping the city’s…

As downtown Hartford’s commercial real estate continues to undergo its greatest transformation in generations, one home-grown developer/landlord is staying out of the way of the mostly out-of-market investors and their money who are leading the transition. Carlos Mouta, raised in the city’s ethnic Parkville neighborhood, says he’s happy to see the conversion of aged, outdated office buildings into bright, digitally connected living spaces. But he says he’s also in no hurry to mix it up with developers reshaping the city’s…