If you are considering a move to Connecticut, these guides will provide you with important information about the state’s popular cities and how to make your move a happy and successful one.
Things You Should Know Before Moving to Bridgeport, CT
Posted by Jenna Farmer on May 24, 2013
It is the birthplace of the frisbee and the most populous city in Connecticut, and claims the first Subway Restaurant. Bridgeport, Connecticut, also known for its contribution to industrialization, has an ecclectic history blended with all the amendities of modern day living....
Things You Should Know Before Moving to Hartford, CT
Posted by Jenna Farmer on April 25, 2013
It's Connecticut's capital city and home to historic learning institutions and museums. It once housed notable literary icons like Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe. It claims numerous amounts of "firsts", like the first municipal rose garden in the U.S., the first published...
Things You Should Know Before Moving to New Haven, CT
Posted by Jenna Farmer on May 3, 2013
It's the birthplace of former President George W. Bush and the second largest city in Connecticut, famous for the Ivy League Yale University, its pizza and the iconic "Louis' Lunch" fast food eatery. New Haven might not envoke as much buzz as some other New England cities, but is...
Things You Should Know Before Moving to Stamford, CT
Posted by Jenna Farmer on May 6, 2013
Part of the Greater New York metropolitan area and the fourth largest city in Connecticut, Stamford welcomes its residents and visitors with green parks, tall buildings and historic districts. It holds one of Connecticut's largest libraries and was home to the lesser-known...
Things You Should Know Before Moving to Waterbury, CT
Posted by Jenna Farmer on May 7, 2013
While the city was well known for producing a plethora of brass buttons and timepieces, Waterbury has since switched gears from being a motivating industrial force - but that doesn't mean it lacks when it comes to living there. Over 110,000 people call Waterbury, Connecticut...