Bordering downtown Hartford,
the South Green
neighborhood gives residents city living with a sense of history. Greek Revival buildings line Congress Street, a historic district listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Walk to work from your apartment or townhouse in South Green to feel as if you've gone back to the 19th century.
Park Street houses
South Green's small commercial district, containing several restaurants and locally-owned businesses. Many residents take advantage of the neighborhood's close location to downtown nightlife by heading into the city to see a show at Hartford Stage, the area's regional theater company. Catch up with friends over drinks at the Russian Lady or at City Steam Brewery Cafe, which hosts weekly comedy shows.