Hartford is home to nearly 200 arts and heritage organizations and, because of this, economists rate Hartford in the top 20 of cool places to live, work and have fun. And 100 Pearl Street is right at the heart of the city's business district. This impressive two-tower building features a three-story granite and glass lobby and its own gym. The historical home of insurance, the Hartford economy is now dominated by industries including aerospace, IT, precision machining and healthcare. Foreign-owned companies such as Ahlstrom, Henkel Loctite, LEGO Systems, Retail Brand Alliance, Trumpf enjoy the region's strategic location midway between New York and Boston. New England's largest energy utility Northeast Utilities recently announced it would establish its corporate headquarters downtown, and work has also begun on the headquarters of engineering firm AI.