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New Haven, Connecticut is a picturesque seaside town with centuries-old architectural styles on display. It is one of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the country, and at the bottom third for overall crime. In fact, New Haven falls within the 15 percent least stressful areas in the country to live in, so it’s no surprise that house prices are on the rise. In fact, you will have to pay more than the national average if you want to live in New Haven. But as they say, you get what you pay for, and this is certainly true when it comes to buying a mobile home in New Haven.


New Haven was one of the first planned cities in the United States. It was founded by English Puritans in 1638, and after just one year, eight streets were laid out in a symmetrical grid. The central block is New Haven Green, a 16-acre square at the center of downtown. In 1716, New Haven was established as a center of learning when the Collegiate School relocated there. Shortly after the school received a large donation, it was renamed Yale. In 1784, New Haven was incorporated as a city, and in the late 18th century, a Yale graduate developed the cotton gin and set up an armaments factory bringing significant economic benefits to the region. New Haven soon became a center of manufacturing with clock-making and brass hardware sectors, and in 1836 the revolver was invented by Samuel Colt. After the Civil War, the population continued to grow and doubled by the start of the 20th century, mainly due to immigration from Italy. Roughly half of New Haven’s population today is of Italian-American descent. In the past 20 years New Haven’s downtown area has been revitalized with restaurants, small retail stores and nightlife. There has also been an influx of new apartments and condominiums in New Haven Green.

Things to do in New Haven

New Haven is the home of the life-size replica of the historic schooner Amistad. Tours can be taken at Long Wharf Pier during the summer. Also at Long Wharf Pier is the schooner Quinnipiack, offering sailing cruises throughout the summer.
The New Haven Green is the site of many free music concerts, especially during the summer months. Concerts have included the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the July Free Concerts on the Green, and the New Haven Jazz Festival in August.
New Haven was named the Best Foodie City in the country in 2014 and has the most restaurants in all of Connecticut. In fact, there are 56 highly rated restaurants in the city but a total of more than 120 restaurants are located within two blocks of the New Haven Green.

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New Haven is a coastal city in Connecticut. It is located on New Haven Harbor on the northern shore of Long Island Sound. Its location is 80 miles west of New York City, and about 40 miles due south of Connecticut’s capital, Hartford. New Haven Neighborhoods New Haven has many distinct neighborhoods. Downtown, centered on the central business district and the Green, is more residential than your typical downtown. In recent years, thousands of apartments and condominium units have been built to help the overall growth of the city. The western neighborhoods consist of Amity, Beaver Hills, Edgewood, West River, Westville and West Rock. The west central neighborhoods of New Haven include Dixwell and Dwight. The southern neighborhoods include The Hill, historic waterfront City Point and the harborside district of Long Wharf. On the northern side of New Haven you can find the neighborhoods of Cedar Hill, East Rock, Newhallville and Prospect Hill. The east central neighborhoods are Mill River and Wooster Square, which is primarily an Italian-American neighborhood. Fair Haven is another immigrant community located between Mill River and Quinnipiac Rivers. Quinnipiac Meadows and Fair Haven Heights are sited across the Quinnipiac River. Facing the eastern side of the harbor are two neighborhoods – The Annex and East Shore.

New Haven demographics

With a population of about 134,023 as of the last census, New Haven is now the third largest city in Connecticut.
The city has a temperate marine climate with hot, humid summers and cool to cold winters. From May to late September, average temperatures can exceed 80 degrees F. Winters are cold with both rain and snow. The average annual snowfall is 29 inches. Like many other marine regions, substantial differences in temperature can be noted between areas right along the coastline and areas a mile or two inland.

Arts in New Haven

New Haven is home to many theaters, including the Long Wharf Theater, the Shubert Theater and Yale Repertory Theater. The Yale School of Drama works through the Yale University Theater and the student-run Yale Cabaret. Southern Connecticut State University hosts the Lyman Center for the Performing Arts. The Palace Theater was recently renovated and reopened as the College Street Music Hall.
The Yale School of Music contributes to the city's music scene by offering hundreds of free concerts annually at venues around the Yale campus. Large performances are held in the 2,700-seat Woolsey Hall auditorium, which contains the world's largest symphonic organ. Chamber music and recitals are performed in Sprague Hall.
New Haven has a number of museums, many of them associated with Yale. These include the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library which features an original copy of the Gutenberg Bible. This library is one of the world’s largest libraries holding more than one million books and is devoted entirely to rare books and manuscripts. The Yale Center for British Art which houses the largest collection of British art outside England. The Yale University Art Gallery is the western hemisphere's oldest college art museum. The gallery’s holdings range from ancient times to the present day and represent civilizations from all over the world. The Gallery spans a block and a half of the city of New Haven, and comprises three architecturally distinct buildings.

Schools in New Haven

New Haven is famous for its higher education. Yale University is one of the city's best-known institutions and its largest employer. The city is also home to Southern Connecticut State University and the private Albertus Magnus College. Gateway Community College consolidated into a new state-of-the-art campus, on the site of the old Macy's building. New Haven Public Schools serves the city with 44 institutions. Wilbur Cross High School and Hillhouse High School are New Haven's two largest public secondary schools. The private school, Hopkins School, was founded in 1660 and is the fifth oldest educational institution in the country. New Haven is home to several other private schools as well as public magnet schools, including ACES Educational Center for the Arts, Co-op High School, Edgewood Magnet School, the Foote School, High School in the Community, Hill Regional Career High School, Metropolitan Business Academy, New Haven Academy and the Sound School. All of these schools attract students from New Haven and the neighboring suburban towns.

Why New Haven?

If you have a decent budget and are ready to buy a mobile home in a quaint, safe and worry-free neighborhood, then look no further than New Haven, Connecticut. Why not plan a trip and see for yourself?


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