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New Haven, Connecticut

urban • northeast, USA

New Haven is home to Yale University, a private Ivy League research institution best known for its excellent music and drama programs.
About New Haven

Yale University helps to give New Haven the moniker, “Cultural Capital of Connecticut.” Residents can enjoy many museums, art galleries, theaters, and music venues of all genres, both on and off campus. Many of the top attractions in New Haven are culturally focused, including Yale University Art Gallery, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale Center for British Art, and Shubert Theater. This coastal city, located on the northern shore of Long Island Sound, is also a great place for people to enjoy the points and parks, such as Five Mile Point Light, the Carousel at Lighthouse Point Park, and East Rock Park. This university town provides plenty of sporting events for fans to enjoy, as well as a variety of options for dining and nightlife. District Cowork offers members shared or dedicated desks on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Other co-working spaces include KNOWN Coworking and Regus New Haven. Tweed New Haven Airport is just minutes away from the center of the city and offers non-stop flights to six destinations in Florida via Avelo Airlines. New York’s LaGuardia and JFK airports are less than 75 miles from New Haven.

Population

134,023

Internet Speed Rating

1200 Mbps

Weather (High/Low)

82 / 23

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)

$241,511

FUN FACT


New Haven, Connecticut’s Yale University can lay claim to many famous inventions, but perhaps the most famous is the Frisbee, an idea born in the 1920s when a group of Yale students made a game of tossing empty pie tins. In 1957, the Wham-O toy company rolled out the first plastic discs we now know as the modern Frisbee.

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