HARTFORD  |  2074 Park Street, Suite 307, Hartford, CT 06106

Located in the Parkville Historic District in Connecticut’s capital city, the modern day GO building was originally occupied by The Jacobs Manufacturing Company. Founded in 1902 by innovator A.I. Jacobs, the company developed the first drill chuck with a toothed sleeve and key – which revolutionized the metal and woodworking machinery industries for decades. That spirit of innovation and a keen eye for problem-solving design must have soaked into the walls of the turn-of-the-century Italianate brick factory building that now bears the GO name. The high ceilings, gleaming, oil-varnished hardwood floors and industrial heritage are inspirational vestiges to Hartford’s manufacturing past and reflective of GO’s blue-collar work ethic. Just a mile and a half from West Hartford Center and the Blue Back Square shopping, dining, and entertainment district, GO is proud to call Connecticut’s capital region home.



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