The rent at Hartford 21 Apartments ranges from $1,480 for a one bedroom to a $2,905 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 71% more expensive than the Downtown average. This is a pet-friendly apartment.
This apartment is in the Downtown neighborhood in Hartford. Nearby parks include Pratt Street Historic District, Connecticut State House Green and Ann Street Historic District.
Hartford 21 Apartments has a Walk Score of 92 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include University High School, Sports and Medical Sciences Academy and High School Inc..
The closest grocery stores are Rose Gourmet Deli, Express Mart II and Professional Food Associates Inc.
Nearby coffee shops include Tea Haunt Canvas, Dunkin' Donuts and Zu Zu Espresso Equipment. There are 69 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including The Russell Restaurant, Congress Rotisserie Catering and Tamarind Bar & Grill.
Hartford 21 Apartments is near United Technologies Headquarters, Hartford Financial Services Headquarters and Aetna Headquarters.
There are good bike lanes and the terrain is mostly flat. Hartford 21 Apartments is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips.
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