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301 Harbour Close, New Haven, CT 06519
Sales Agent Stanley Martone, Lorrie Maiorano
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$10,000 Buyer Bonus Credit
City Point Landing in New Haven is offering a $10,000 Buyer Bonus Credit through January 31, 2021 on end units #401 & 403. Please ask our Sales Consultants, Lorrie Maiorano or Stanley Martone for all the details!Learn more »
$0 Down VA Loan Eligibility for Veterans
Use the VA benefits earned through your military service to buy a new home with $0 Down. See if you're eligible today!Learn more »
Whether you drive downtown for a leisurely dinner or take in a show at the nearby Long Wharf Theatre, you will find the convenient location of City Point Landing allows you to do more of the things you love. New Haven serves as a significant cultural and educational hub for the state, with eclectic energy that fosters both thriving arts and an unparalleled dining scene – celebrated for its award-winning pizza, world-class museums, as well as its assortment of unique shops and galleries. Situated near New Haven’s historic waterfront, City Point Landing’s proximity to both New Haven and West Haven Yacht Clubs, Long Wharf Pier and nearby Thimble Islands make it the perfect home base for boating and water sport enthusiasts. Historical City Point Surrounded initially by New Haven Harbor on the east and south “point,” the neighborhood of City Point was once known as “Oyster Point.” It earned this name because of the area’s productive oyster harvesting that occurred in its extensive tidal flats during the mid-1800s through 1925. Gradually these salt marshes were filled in, making way for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad yards, and the construction of Interstate 95 in the mid-1950s. This eastern part of the point also saw the development of the New Haven Food Terminal, and both Sargent Drive and Long Wharf Drive. Today, water only borders the southern tip of City Point.
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