Where History Meets Modernity

First opened for business in 1922, The Stark Building is a singular landmark in the heart of bustling downtown Hartford that brings a touch of class to the city’s renaissance.

This 17-story brick and limestone architectural gem, located across the street from the Old State House near Bushnell Park and the scenic waterfront, offers sophisticated professional offices outfitted with a twenty-first century technology backbone from the grand lobby up to the Romanesque penthouse.

Originally called the Hartford-Connecticut Trust Building, the warm space features a mezzanine punctuated by an arcade of two-story round-arched windows. Light also pours through the seven-foot windows that climb the brick façade. 

Previous owners renovated the building in 1990, but after buying it in 2017, Adam J. Stark transformed the entire structure into a premium, technologically advanced Class A office center

Extraordinary attention to detail includes an impeccable restoration of the ornate lobby, upgraded elevators, overhauled HVAC and plumbing systems, the addition of artwork displays in all common areas and the installation of high-end computerized exterior lighting that adds a splash of color and character to the city’s skyline. 

Experience the excitement. Join us in downtown Hartford today.

The Stark Building’s location is second-to-none and our space is beautiful, with large windows and great views. The sophisticated, professional space commands respect and makes us proud to hold meetings with customers of all sizes – all the way up to Fortune 500 companies. We are excited to help revitalize downtown Hartford and our employees tell us that they are energized to walk into work everyday.

Brendan Kearney
Titan Energy

We plan to make Connecticut the center of drone manufacturing in the United States and there is no better place to launch this goal than at The Stark Building. Being in downtown Hartford stimulates our creativity.

Barry Alexander
Aquiline Drones

As we planned our new office, designing the new, modern features of the furniture and layout to complement the historic detail and show off the historic detail, is an example of what we do on many of our projects.

William Crosskey II
Crosskey Architects

Experience the excitement. Join us in downtown Hartford today.