Much of the West End neighborhood was built around the turn of the century and reflects the styles of that period. Five sections of the West End are listed on the National Register of Historic Districts - about 70% of the entire neighborhood. These range from estate-like homes in the northern section, large single family Victorians in the middle and southern sections, and older apartment buildings in the east (now known as Clemens Place). The West End is also home to the University of Connecticut School of Law and the Hartford Seminary.
Photographic survey of the landmarks and historical sites in the neighborhood.
Neighborhood website that tells about the people, activities and events on the block.
Map and community data on neighborhood 70% of which is listed on the National Register of Historic Districts.
Providing news and information specific to the neighborhood.
Provides fresh fruits and vegetables, jams, local honey, flowers, ciders and homemade salsas and salad dressings. List of participating vendors provided.
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