Monday, July 13, 2015

Blog Share NYTimes: Finding ‘Slight Suburbia’ in Stamford, Conn.

Finding ‘Slight Suburbia’ in Stamford, Conn.  Exerpt: "Passing over some of the older apartment houses in the area, she zeroed in on 75 Tresser, a five-story building that opened a little more than a year ago in a prime downtown location, the former site of the Stamford Advocate. There, she was able to find a two-bedroom two-bathroom apartment on the top floor for $3,010. And when she signed a 12-month lease last spring, she got two months free. (Two-bedrooms now rent for slightly more — around $3,100 a month — Ms. Tuttle said, something she attributed to the seasonal influx of recent college graduates, many of whom share two-bedrooms with roommates."



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