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700 Summer Street is an apartment building located in the heart of downtown Stamford within walking distance to restaurants, bars, shopping, parks, health clubs, the library and public transportation.
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Located in the heart of the Gold Coast of Fairfield County, Stamford has become one of Connecticut’s premier cities with booming local and national businesses, and immediate access to NYC via Metro North train service, I-95, or the Merritt Parkway. The growth in the city is unmistakable. More families and businesses are finding homes in Stamford every day, driving commerce, entertainment, and energy into the city’s core and surrounding neighborhoods. Visit the town center for some retail therapy or head to the harbor to explore the newly developed public parks, beaches, pop-up outdoor bars, or gourmet grocers and retailers. Stamford— a bustling city full of opportunities.
Stamford is more than a vibrant city. The parks, restaurants, and beaches surrounding the harbor are fantastic to enjoy year round. Stamford’s very own Palace Theatre, opened in 1927, is a cherished landmark and happening venue featuring weekly live music, dance, and comedy shows. The Stamford Museum & Nature Center and Bartlett Arboretum offer enriching entertainment for all ages. And if sports are your thing, Sterling Farms Golf Course, Terry Connors Ice Rink, and the YMCA offer a diverse array of athletic activities to keep you motivated.
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