Palmer Landing Condos on Harbor Drive in Stamford, Connecticut 06901
With 78 units, the three bedroom, three bathroom units of Palmer Landing Condos range from 1,300 to 2,000 square feet of sun and light. Palmer Landing is located directly on the water in Stamford, Connecticut, providing great views of the Long Island Sound. It gives you plenty of space to invite your friends to enjoy the views from your large deck. Units feature plush wall to wall carpets throughout, large windows, and one car detached garages.
Clean and quiet gas heat and central air conditioning keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. If you do not want to use these features, you can enjoy sea breezes from the river.
All in all, if you are a person who loves the sea and your boat, Palmer Landing could be your road to a smooth, exciting lifestyle.
Close to Palmer Landing is West Beach Park with its beautiful sandy beach and picnic area. Open to Stamford residents with a sticker, there is free parking. Public transportation will take you to the railroad station and the Stamford Town Center.
Palmer Landing Condominiums on Harbor Drive in Stamford, CT offer upscale, low maintenance living in a convenient location close to downtown Stamford.
The town of Stamford, located in Fairfield County, Connecticut, is the fourth largest city in the state, and part of the greater New York Metropolitan area. Originally a bedroom community for people commuting to New York City, Stamford is now a place where people from New York City come to work. As years passed by, the city, the people and the landscape changed in order to assimilate all the resources required by modern living.
Stamford was established in 1640, after a parcel of land that is now known as downtown Stamford has been purchased. Since it was settled, the town managed to grow stronger and stronger through subsistence farming and small manufacturing.
By 1800, the population reached 1,900 people. However, it wasn’t until 1848, when the railroad came to town that the population really boomed. Soon, major companies and corporations set their headquarters in Stamford.
As the downtown area started deteriorating, the town’s population started to drop. This led to a federally supported renewal in the 1960s in which 60% of the downtown area was destroyed, leaving the town with almost no historical buildings but with a variety of office buildings along Route 95.
Today, downtown Stamford is an area with corporate headquarters and apartment buildings. Stamford north of downtown is a residential location with single homes and condominiums.
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