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AETNA to bring jobs back to Hartford

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AETNA has announced it will be moving 3600 jobs from Middletown to Hartford which was partially made possible because ING is vacating their Flower Street building. This will bring about 6400 people from AETNA working in Hartford as opposed to the current 2800. Although these jobs already existed it is great jobs are moving into the capital city and not into it;s suburbs.

This is another great piece of news that comes just days after St. Paul Travelers news of adding 600 jobs to CT (500 in Hartford)

http://www.courant.com/business/hc-aetna07...-headlines-home

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I've heard rumors that the building could be turned into a mall. It would be a shame to knock it down.

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Do you mean the building in Middletown? I seem to remember them saying that the Middletown buidling will still be pretty full, not sure where I heard that though...

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Looks like their keeping 200 IT computer jobs at the facility.

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Looks like their keeping 200 IT computer jobs at the facility.

Where was Aetna in Middletown? Was it an office park? If so, I'd be happy to see it go. If it's in downtown Middletown, then I'd like to see it saved.

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Where was Aetna in Middletown? Was it an office park? If so, I'd be happy to see it go. If it's in downtown Middletown, then I'd like to see it saved.

Aetna's Middletown facility is located in the extreme northwest part of of town. Nowhere near downtown. It's not really an office park, it's just one huge building on a hill that Aetna occupies. It's located in between Middle Street and Industrial Park Road, near the Cromwell town line.

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I heard plans to knock it down and redevelop it into a smaller office park. the problem with that building is it's too large. it could never sustain a mall because it's like 6 stories tall!

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