New Haven currently boasts about 129,779 residents, and it is said to be one of the first towns to be built under an urban planning framework. Its grid plan has "The Green" has its commons area, which houses a number of events such as July Free Concerts on the Green. New Haven is called the "Cultural Capital of the World" for its bourgeoning music, arts, and theater scene. It has also been referred to as "Elm City," as it participated in the first public tree planting program in America. New Haven has been undergoing revitalization since 2000, with new restaurants, small retail stores, and nightlife venues opening in the downtown area. Downtown New Haven is also home to 360 State Street, the largest residential building in Connecticut.

Related: New Haven real estate data & listings

New Haven, Connecticut, a principal municipality in Greater New Haven, has a long history in New England that dates back to its founding in the 1600s. This well-known college town is approximately 20.1 square miles and is located on the New Haven Harbor. The mean price for housing in this area is $280,082, and homes come in a variety of architectural styles, including Victorian, brick, and colonial. New Haven has a plethora of neighborhoods, including the Long Wharf harbor-side district, The Green, and Prospect Hill.

Home Buying Resources