Downtown is a neighborhood located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Downtown has a plethora of wonderful restaurants, such as delis, pizza and Indian, so you're sure to find several that you love, whatever your budget. With many nightlife options to choose from, there is something in this neighborhood to suit practically every taste. With venues such as museums, cinemas and performing arts spots, you'll never be at a loss for something to do here. Time to put some fun back into fitness and some fresh air into your lungs by enjoying all the activities such as biking, skating and tennis on offer at Downtown. There are different options at this neighborhood, such as art galleries, jewelers and fashion stores, which mean that shoppers will find what they want. People here are serious about staying healthy and fit, and this can be seen from the large number of cyclists around here.
If you like meeting new people, you're in luck; Downtown sees a lot of neighbor turnover, due to the low percentage of owner occupants. When choosing a place to live, it's worth bearing in mind that the majority of the population here is college-educated. If you're looking for a place to live where you can enjoy the company of a relatively young crowd, this area could suit you well.
Living in Downtown comes at a cost of $169,553. Home prices here marginally dropped 1.4 percent this year. In terms of inventory, the number of homes for sale increased marginally year-over-year by 13.3 percent, a positive trend for future house hunters looking to buy a piece of this place's real estate. Anyone who enjoys looking out over their neighborhood while also getting some fresh air should check out this neighborhood where quite a few properties have balconies - they are especially romantic at sunset. More than a handful of residences in this place are fitted with granite kitchen countertops; a quality surface that is easy to clean.