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      Stamford

      Quick Stats
      • Population approximately 136,300 residents
      • Founded in 1641
      • Land area is 52 square miles
      • Neighborhoods include North Stamford, Glenbrook, Newfield, Shippan and Springdale
      • Stamford is bordered by Greenwich, the New York border to the north (Bedford and Pound Ridge), New Canaan, Darien, and Long Island Sound to the south
      About The Town
      • Stamford is about 34 miles north of NYC making it a great commuter town. It is also part of the greater New York Metropolitan area. Many residents work in Stamford, NYC, or White Plains and commute via the train, I-95 or the Merritt Parkway
      • It is the second most populous city in Connecticut (second to Bridgeport)
      • There are many large companies headquartered in Stamford, including many Fortune 500 companies. Other headquarters to note include WWE, Nestle Waters, NBC Sports Group, Vineyard Vines, and Indeed.com
      • Favorite spots include the Stamford Museum and History Center, the Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens, Mianus River Park and Cove Island Park
      • Stamford is a vibrant, bustling city with plenty of top-tier restaurants, boutiques, shopping centers, companies and startups. You will always find events to attend and new restaurants opening up
      Living in Stamford
      • Most homes have city water and sewer
      • One train station on the Metro North line
      • 13 Elementary Schools
      • 5 Middle Schools
      • 3 High Schools
      • Several Private Schools
      • There is a large range of homes for every need, including a plethora of high-rise apartments and condominiums to rentals in downtown Stamford to million dollar estates in North Stamford, and everything in between
      • Median sale price for a single family home (as of May 2023) is $850,000
      Fun Facts
      • Sister cities include Lima, Peru and Sparta, Greece

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