A Cultural District
The City of New London in partnership with Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition is excited to announce the formation of a Cultural District.
A Cultural District is a specific area of a city or town identified by the municipality that has a number of cultural facilities, activities and/or assets – both for profit and nonprofit. The ability for a municipality to establish a Cultural District was enacted by Legislative Statute in 2019.
The city will be hosting a series of three virtual community conversations on zoom on January 21st, February 4th, and February 18th, at 4pm. Attend, participate and learn more about the Cultural District. We want to hear from you.
The Gateway to Southeastern New England
NEW LONDON is a diverse, business-friendly community at the gateway of Southeastern New England. With its rich arts and music scene, ample housing, fine dining, public parks and great entertainment, New London is a prime location for development. We work diligently to support existing businesses and attract new opportunities to our city. Home to the most accessible deep-water port between New York and Boston, New London offers easy access to popular shipping corridors and appealing waterfront properties.
New London Named a Top Place to Own Waterfront Property
A recent Business Insider piece named New London as one of the top 25 cities in the nation to own affordable waterfront property. The article comes from a recent study by GoBankingRates, which compared the cost of living to average income to determine the amount of income available for waterfront property. New London, ranked #7 with 58.45% of income left over after factoring in costs of living. The full article can be found here.