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Stamford, Connecticut is a medium-sized city in New England, around 30 north of Manhattan. The city is an intriguing mix of New York influence with small town charm and combines both with ease to make it a dynamic but easy place to live.
The local economy is mixed with a decent spread of industries and some Fortune 500 companies calling it home. While not outstanding in any one area, Stamford is competitive in every field that has a presence here, especially finance. It has the largest financial district outside of New York City.
Corporate rentals in Stamford are predominantly furnished apartments and condominiums with a few townhomes across the city. All are fully services and include utilities.
There is a large financial district in Stamford but it doesn’t dominate. There is a good mix of corporations and industries represented here, including some big names.
Major employers in Stamford include Charter Communications, Synchrony Financial, Indeed.com, United Rentals, Conair, Gartner, Henkel North American Consumer Goods, WWE, Pitney Bowes, Gen Re, NBC Sports Group, Nestle Waters North America, Crane Co., Affinion Group Inc, General Electric Capital Corporation, Pitney Bowes, Clairol, Xerox Corporation, Champion International and Hyperion Software.
Medical centers in Stamford include Medical Care Center, Stamford Health: Center for Integrative Medicine & Wellness, Stamford Hospital, Greenwich Hospital Diagnostic Center and Stamford Hospital Tully Health Center.
Stamford doesn’t have its own airport but is serviced by local airports La Guardia Airport, JFK International, Newark International, Westchester County Airport and Bradley International Airport. All are between 45 to 90 minutes away from the city.
CT Transit run buses around the city and Greyhound run services into and out of Stamford.
Arriving by road will likely use I-95, the only interstate that crosses the city. Highway 1 and local routes manage local and commuter traffic.
Stamford is a relaxed, New England city with a foot in the small town and big city camps. It’s fairly low crime and easy to navigate making it a decent city to live in.
Neighborhoods of Stamford include Belltown, Cove-East Side, Downtown, Glenbrook, Newfield, North Stamford, Palmers Hill, Ridgeway, Roxbury, Shippan, South End, Springdale, Turn Of River, Waterside, West Side and Westover.
Highlights of Stamford include The Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Bartlett Arboretum, Palace Theater, The State Cinema, Shippan Point, Cove Island Park, Stamford Twin Rinks, Alive @ Five, Cummings Park and Stamford Town Center.