1. Sawtooth Building

The Sawtooth Building, so named for the 1,500 skylights that jut out from its roof like the serrated edge of a saw, originally housed firearms production, particularly during the Vietnam War, as well as offices.  It was redeveloped in 2004, and two-thirds is now leased by data management company Insurity Inc., which recently extended its lease through 2019. The remainder of the building was leased last year by the Capital Region Education Council for its Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in a 10-year agreement.

( Kenneth R. Gosselin | Hartford Courant / July 20, 2012 )

The Sawtooth Building, so named for the 1,500 skylights that jut out from its roof like the serrated edge of a saw, originally housed firearms production, particularly during the Vietnam War, as well as offices. It was redeveloped in 2004, and two-thirds is now leased by data management company Insurity Inc., which recently extended its lease through 2019. The remainder of the building was leased last year by the Capital Region Education Council for its Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in a 10-year agreement.

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