Stamford is a beautiful coastal community along Connecticut’s shoreline. The 4th largest city in Connecticut with 122,643 residents, Stamford is 25 miles to the northeast of New York City and 40 miles southwest of New Haven. This upscale suburban community lies within Fairfield County and borders Greenwich, New Canaan, Darien and Pound Ridge, NY. We rate the location of this city as excellent.
Many of Stamford’s residents work in nearby New York, while still others maintain a primary residence in New York City, with a second home in Stamford. Home ownership has proven to be a steady appreciation over the years.
Stamford is a city that works with its residents. It is an economically sound community and continues to pursue economic development initiatives to both attract and retain companies and corporations.
A city with many faces, Stamford offers opportunities for both urban and suburban living. North Stamford is magnificently wooded and offers respite from urban life, while downtown offers an urban setting replete with its corporate center. Not far from this setting are shoreline areas that offer local parks and beaches.
The central core of Stamford is its downtown. It offers a wide variety of food and entertainment options, retail stores to shop, and a shopping mall. The atmosphere downtown is fun and exciting for people of all ages. New residents will be pleased to know that Stamford has cultural diversity and lots of entertainment options. Stamford has several museums and art galleries like Stamford Museum & Nature Center and The Whitney Museum of American Art. Resting alongside one of the most beautiful coastlines in the country, in Stamford you can boat, fish, ski and enjoy the beautiful waters all year round.
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