Hurley Business Park

Contact Information

Address: 37 Greenwoods Rd, New Hartford, CT
Phone: (860) 379-8507

About Hurley Business Park

Hurley Business Park, located in New Hartford, CT, is a mixed-use commercial property found alongside the Farmington River in the Northwest Hills of Litchfield County.

Retail shops, arts & crafts stores, artists & galleries, a salon, a spa, a yoga studio, small manufacturers, other professional services, and a restaurant & bar are among the tenants of the complex. Visit the Hurley Business Park website for a floor-by-floor listing of Hurley Business Park businesses.

There is plenty of free well-lit parking, outside security cameras, a 6000 lb. rated elevator, a handicap accessible entrance with elevator access, and a loading dock. To accommodate its many tenants, the building has been continuously updated over the years. In addition, there is a picnic area and a few walking trails by the river.

If you are looking for a small business office or a commercial lease in New Hartford, Connecticut, please consider the Hurley Business Park.

History Of The Hurley Building

This lovely historical brick structure was constructed in the 1840’s and was owned by the Greenwoods Company until 1901. The railway ran directly to this location, and the Farmington River was diverted to power sewing machines that made sails for Navy ships.

The first dam was built around 1816, and by 1880, it had grown to a height of more than 30 feet. Greenwoods Pond was the name given to the body of water created by the dam. The dam failed in 1936, destroying much of the industrial district, which was never rebuilt. Only two of the row houses built by Irish immigrants still exist along the left bank of Greenwoods Pond, which was known as Lower Dublin.

Many businesses owned and occupied the property before the Hurley Family bought it in 1966 after their Collinsville building burned down. The Hurley Manufacturing Company, a custom spring manufacturer owned and operated by The Hurley Family, was located on the property until April 30, 2018. Century Spring Manufacturing of Bristol, Connecticut, then purchased the company.

For the past 47 years, the site was also the home of Ovation Instruments, which closed in the summer of 2014. Many other companies have come and gone over the years.

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