About

Whether you are looking for your new home, a place to relocate your business, or a fun night out, Harbor Point in Stamford, CT is the place.

Our bustling “Live-Work-Play” community is active 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at Harbor Point.

The ecosystem at Harbor Point covers over 100 acres along the Stamford Waterfront. It’s located immediately south of the train station and Downtown Stamford.

With over 3,000 apartments contained within ten unique buildings, ranging from historic lofts to waterfront towers, you can easily find your new home. Our waterfront destination has over 30 retailers, including 15 restaurants, with more to come.

Harbor Point boasts over 20 acres of public parks, including a mile of actively programmed boardwalk to keep you entertained by the waterfront.

Visit our four marinas, enjoy a free water taxi ride across the channel, or grab your friends for a Captain John’s Tiki Tour excursion this summer. If yachts and boating are your passion, be sure to check out Hinckley Yacht Services and don’t forget to fuel up at their dock!

Convenience and accessibility rule at Harbor Point, with free WiFi and a comprehensive schedule of events including: live music, movies in the park, outdoor fitness, farmers market, 5K runs/walks and a car show.

Free shuttles and trolleys connect our neighborhoods to the train station, waterfront and downtown.

2018

Harbor Landing Apartments (218 Units)
Harbor Point Wines & Spirits
Patisserie Salzburg

2017

NV Harbor Point (392 Units)
Mexicue

2015

Beacon Harbor Point (240 Units)
Fortina
Bareburger

2014

Postmark Apartments (402 Units)
The Key at Yale & Towne (107 Units)
Vault Apartments (252 Units)
Harbor Point Gateway Garage

2013

111 Harbor Point (228 Units)
Mill River Park Opens

2012

Infinity Apartments (242 Units)
Harbor Point Waterfront Opens
Dinosaur BBQ

2011

Lockworks (329 Units)
One Harbor Point

2010

Lofts at Yale & Towne (225 Units)
101 Park Place (336 Units)
Two Harbor Point
Fairway Market

2009

Construction Begins

Harbor Point Stamford Story