It’s official! The brand new 18 High at New Haven Towers is fully leased and the very first residents are moving in to their new home!  The Ribbon Cutting celebration brought together city officials and dignitaries to celebrate the momentous occasion with the 18 High development and building teams.

Located on the corner of High Street and Crown Street and a centerpiece of the New Haven Towers complex, 18 High has New Haven’s best bars, restaurants and shops at its doorstep. Even with all that downtown has to offer, residents will find it hard to leave the building! With spacious apartments outfitted with high-quality finishes and full length windows overlooking the vibrant city of New Haven, residents are enjoying a front row view with all the comforts of home.

Inside the exclusive amenity floor, the New Haven Towers community is coming together around an inviting fireplace, getting fit at the expansive 360 fitness center and soon, will be celebrating summer at the Rooftop Deck.

Many of the new community are young professionals and students who will make great use of the 18 High ‘Work Hard, Play Hard’ amenities, including a high tech co-working space and game room. In addition to the luxury apartments and the dynamic community space, the ground floor courtyard garden is fast becoming a popular area for a morning coffee or afternoon stroll.

18 High residents are already utilizing the convenient building concierge services, getting to know the friendly doorman and team as they arrive home.  Peapod Grocery Delivery and on-site Zip Car rentals also keep convenience at the heart of 18 High so residents can spend time enjoying their new homes with less hassle and more hustle.

18 High also boasts  a retail strip of its own! 10,000 square feet of Class A commercial space along Crown Street, soon to be filled with popular shops and restaurants. The complex is a wonderful place to entertain visiting friends and family. Retailers are encouraged to contact the New Haven Towers team to learn more about the few retail openings left.