Living in New Haven, CT
Marrying traditional New England charm with cosmopolitan amenities, New Haven, Connecticut has forged a well-deserved reputation as the most vibrant urban center between New York and Boston.
Strategically sited at the crossroads of Southern New England, the City of Elms pulsates with cultural, culinary and intellectual energy. Home to world-class centers of learning, an enviable arts scene offering attractions for every taste, plus culinary treasures to tempt even the most discerning palate, New Haven is widely lauded as the Cultural Capital of Connecticut. With such vibrancy and authenticity, it is very much our pleasure to call New Haven home to several of our luxurious apartments!
Downtown New Haven:
The World within Your Reach
Downtown New Haven is of course home to Yale University, as well as home to two acclaimed professional repertory theaters, world-class museums, a music scene brimming with both classical and popular offerings each night of the week, and one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques featuring wares from around the globe. New Haven presents a lifestyle marked by casual elegance and year-round attractions — all within the manageable scale a community of 130,000 can offer.
Our New Haven apartments will allow you to experience all the culture and activities the city has to offer!
Culture at the Crossroads
Located at the junction of Interstates 95 and 91, anchoring the northern terminus of the Metro North commuter railway that carries a growing population of commuters to Manhattan each weekday and scenic New Haven Harbor, the Elm City offers unmatched access to both New York City while also serving as the gateway to New England’s history, attractions and singular charm.
Dining To Die For
Our New Haven apartment rentals will put you in walking distance to culturally rich restaurants and dining experiences you may never forget. If you want to enjoy a lifestyle of luxury & convenience, our apartments in New Haven won’t disappoint! A labor of love forged across generations in storied brick ovens, the legend of thin-crust pizza has spread across the globe from its century-old origins on Wooster Square, the Elm City’s own Little Italy and epicenter of a downtown culinary scene that is the envy of cities many times its size. Renowned for its international flair, New Haven’s dining scene stands as a redolent reflection of the city’s cosmopolitan culture scene, which hums with eateries featuring fare from around the world.
Gateway to New England
In the market for a New Haven apartment that is luxurious and modern? All of our apartment rentals in New Haven offer easy access to the recreational attractions of both northern New England mountains and nearby seaside treasures. New Haven is ideally situated at the crossroads for those who seek both the energy and amenities of urban living and the unmatched beauty of the region’s rural wonders. For residents and visitors seeking the best of both worlds, New Haven offers the triple threat of location, location and location.
Oh, What Sights To See
From the stately Gothic sentinels of Yale University’s storied campus to the magnificent mansions of Hillhouse Avenue (which both Charles Dickens and Mark Twain lauded as “the most beautiful street in America”) to its signature public spaces (notably Frederick Brewster’s picture-book Edgerton Park as well as the Town Green, which has served as the hub of community life from the 17th century to the present), New Haven’s beauty has for decades enchanted residents and visitors alike.
Where Past Is Prologue
Since its founding nearly four centuries ago has stood as a shining beacon of learning, of innovation (home to the likes of Eli Whitney and A.C. Gilbert, father of the Erector Set), or religious tolerance (symbolized by the three iconic churches on the Green) and freedom itself (see the acquittal of the mutineers aboard the slave ship Amistad, the subject of Steven Spielberg’s 1997 acclaimed film), New Haven’s storied history infuses its everyday identity in the 21st century and beyond.