From quiet, nearby neighborhoods to a bustling downtown scene full of neo-Gothic towers, high-end clothiers, and well-aged dive bars, The City of New Haven is known for its educational institutes, vibrant creativity community, tech startups, and renowned restaurants. As an emerging city that’s steeped in history and with a celebrated culture of innovation, District is proud to call New Haven its home.
Metro New Haven is home to 850,000 residents
Whether traveling downtown under the shade of the green’s elms or to the heights of East Rock Park for a sunset, New Haven is celebrated for its bikeability. Not only do most major roads offer safe bike lanes, scenic trails connect the District campus to the city’s picturesque parks.
New Haven is conveniently located in the middle of New York City (85 miles) and Boston (100 miles). With District’s on and off access to major highways 91 and 95, and Amtrak train lines only minutes away, accessibility is never a problem.
The food-capital of Connecticut, New Haven has the most Zagat-rated restaurants in New England outside of Boston. Known for its culinary class, the country’s best (a)pizza, and as the birthplace of the hamburger, the Elm City attracts foodies and culinary artists from all over.
Ivies, top state schools, and prestigious private universities such as Yale, the University of Connecticut, Central Connecticut, Quinnipiac, and Wesleyan are all in our backyard. District has access to the best and brightest talent coming to Connecticut to study. Our campus will help attract and retain your talent.
From the famed Shubert Theater and the Yale Art Gallery to the Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven supports a rich culture of history, arts, creativity, and music.