STAMFORD, Conn. – The Stamford Parks and Recreation Department has released their Spring-Summer Activity Guide, full of ways to excite and educate. This report, published twice a year, has events which range from March to August, and offers programs for children and adults. Best of all, CTBestApts’ Stamford rental apartment residents at Hoyt-Bedford, the Townhouse and Morgan Manor are centrally located to enjoy activities with a minimum of travel time.
The catalogue, is available in print and online, has all manner of activities for children age one and up and adults. The catalogue also has a number of summer camps for children. Adults can find fitness activities and fun group trips to places like Boston and Mohegan Sun Casino. There are activities for all age groups that teach sports like tennis or valuable life skills like swimming and fishing. There are also pre-career classes, such as in film editing, computer design and robotics. The camps and classes can be signed up for online or in person at the first floor of the government center at 888 Washington Blvd., Stamford, CT 06901.
“Stamford Recreation’s seasonal Activity Guides are a great way to find activities to learn new skills and make new friends,” stated Carol Magda, community manager for CTBestApts.com. “Our residents love that there are so many of activities so close to our communities. It really makes learning a new skill, losing weight or finding new friends for themselves or their children very easy. And kids love the summer camps!”
The two beautifully landscaped high-rise apartment buildings surrounding a contemporary atrium of The Townhouse define luxury apartments in downtown Stamford and are within walking distance of some of the largest companies in Stamford: UBS, RBS and GE. The apartment community is also near Stamford Town Center, Bedford Street shopping and mass transportation. Residents will enjoy a fully-equipped fitness center, covered parking and many other advantages.
Nestled among the tranquility of the Strawberry Hill neighborhood, Morgan Manor is another high-rise luxury apartment community located a short walk from UBS, RBS, Summer Street and GE corporate offices. The building offers gourmet kitchens with new appliances, washers and dryers, private terraces, on-site fitness center and wall-to-wall carpeting. Residents appreciate the access controlled gated entry system with direct phone communication to the lobby.
Hoyt Bedford apartments offer residents a convenient downtown Stamford address with quick access to the public library, parks, buses, I-95, the Merritt Parkway and New York City. Like the other Stamford communities at CTBestApts.com, Hoyt Bedford is a short walk from UBS, RBS and GE corporate offices. These community boasts Georgian style brick buildings, and provide ready access to Stamford’s beauty with community pathways that wind throughout towering oak and beech trees. The Hoyt Bedford apartments offer ceramic tiled kitchens, hardwood floors, access to an on-site fitness center and open, off-street parking.
In addition to luxury Stamford apartments, CTBestApts.com offers apartment communities in Hamden, Norwalk and Branford rental apartments.
For more information, visit http://www.ctbestapts.com/ or call 203-325-3848.
CTBestApts.com features six of Connecticut’s best apartment communities: Morgan Manor, Hoyt Bedford, The Townhouse, Morningside Gardens, Seramonte and Montoya. Located in sought-after locations, these luxury Connecticut apartment communities are ideal for residents looking to lead a social and active lifestyle. Beautiful landscaping and outdoor amenities allow residents to spend time with family and friends while enjoying their natural surroundings. Whether looking for a studio, townhouse or gated apartment community, renters will find their perfect Connecticut apartment home at CTBestApts.com. For more information on these affordable luxury apartments in Connecticut, visit web site at http://www.ctbestapts.com/ to explore each community as well as read up on incentives and exciting activities for residents.
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