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Stamford Rental Apartments near Theatre Scene

One of the big benefits of living in downtown Stamford rental apartments is being so close to all you want to do. For instance, the theatre season has opened and, once again, Stamford is playing host to a number of productions from dramatic presentations, to concerts, symphonies and one-man shows.

The Palace Theater in downtown Stamford is a wonderful venue to see live performances. It’s an historic gem of downtown Stamford; nearly 100 years old and completely renovated in recent years to restore it to its original splendor with gold-gilt moldings, velvet curtains and a spectacular crystal chandelier. This season you can choose from the music of The Rascals, comedienne Joan Rivers, the Stamford Symphony’s Brahms presentation or a concert by legendary Joan Baez. Read More→

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No Hassle Norwalk Apartments

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No Hassle Norwalk Apartments

At Morningside Gardens, we take the hassle out of finding new Norwalk apartments. There are so many choices it can be daunting to find just the right place. What’s on your list of must-haves? Safe, well-maintained building? Affordable monthly prices? Good location?

Morningside Gardens has all of those! Our studio, one and two bedroom apartments are in great condition and many of the units have recently been completely remodeled. Our experienced maintenance supervisor is on-site and available to assist you with your maintenance needs.

Our location on Prospect Street, just across from the Norwalk Hospital and close to I-95 and the Merritt Parkway, makes for an easy commute. We’re just a few minutes’ drive to several local schools, the main shopping district on Connecticut Avenue and, of course, SONO where you’ll find some of Norwalk’s best dining and entertainment venues including the Maritime Aquarium ; a regional gem and nationally ranked attraction and research center! Read More→

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Weird is Normal Near Your CT Apartments in October

It’s now October; a time when you expect to walk out of your Connecticut apartments and see something a little unusual. Did you know that in common years January starts on the same day of the week as October, but no other month starts on the same day of the week as October in leap years? October ends on the same day of the week as February every year and January in common years only. And in leap years, October starts on the same day as August of the previous year. Now that you are thoroughly confused, suffice it to say that October is commonly associated with autumn in our part of the world.

Although many of Connecticut’s fall festivals have already taken place, there are still lots of festivals yet to come. You can start planning your upcoming weekend activities by visiting for further info.

If there is any month where weird is normal, most certainly it is the month of October. It’s the month when most folks shop and search for something unusual that on any other day of the year would be considered crazy or odd. It all leads up to one thing – the scariest day of the year – Halloween! It’s the time when werewolves, vampires and all other creatures and monsters can relax, blend in to the population and “fit in” with the rest of us. Read More→

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Fall in Stamford

October! Fall has finally arrived and the signs of the season are everywhere you look here at the Stamford apartment buildings. Seasonal flower beds sport the falls colors with their mum plants. The shade trees at Morgan Manor and Hoyt-Bedford are starting to turn golden, red and orange and there’s a wonderful scent in the air. This is the perfect time of year to take advantage of crisp weather to enjoy some great outdoor events.

For instance, on Saturday and Sunday, October 15 and 16, the Stamford Museum & Nature Center is holding its annual fall family Harvest Festival! Visitors come from miles around to enjoy hayrides, apple cider demonstrations, a scarecrow contest, pumpkin carving, and fun activities for the whole family! If you wear a costume, you may participate in a character parade led by a special guest. Other activities include an apple slingshot, farm animal demonstrations, face-painting, storytelling, children’s crafts and much more. For more information call 203.322.1646 or visit Read More→

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