AKA: 777 Main Street Building, Hartford, CT

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - banks (buildings); built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Becket, Welton D., and Associates, Architects (firm); Welton David Becket (architect)

Dates: constructed 1964-1987

26 stories

777 Main Street
Downtown, Hartford, CT 06103

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The State of CT disbanded county governments in 1960.


This 26-story skyscraper office tower, designed by the New York Office of Welton D. Becket and Associates, originally served as the headquarters of the Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. It later became converted to offices and apartments and was rechristened "777 Main Street." The banking firm was established in 1792, making it the oldest bank in CT.

Building History

Completed in 1967, this Modernist highrise served the Hartford National Bank and Trust for many years before it was merged with a series of other entities including the Shawmut Bank (est. 1836), Providence Bank of Rhode Island (est. 1791 and renamed "Fleet Bank" in 1982), and the Bank of America. It was vacated in 2011 and renovated into rental apartments and offices by 2015.

Building Notes

In 2018, 2-bedroom apartments ranged in price from $2,190 to $2,450, 1-bedrooms, $1,515 to $2,115, and studios, $1,355 to $1,425.

PCAD id: 22391