The Audubon

367 Orange Street New Haven, CT 06511 • From $195 Per Day

3 month minimum stay required

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  • Studio, One, Three, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Three Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly

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About this property

The Audubon offers the perfect balance of style and luxury for those looking for exceptional, modern, downtown living. Do more than experience New Haven; become a part of it. Wrap yourself up in the sights, sounds, and tastes of our city by living where everything is an option. We are perched at the gateway to all things cultural and culinary, and offer everything you need to flow seamlessly between work and life. Our collection of studios, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom residences, and townhomes is a nod to what’s next for New Haven: a unique and unexpected curation of style, function, urbanity, and impeccable amenities. It may be the Central Business District by name, but business has lost its boundaries. The CBD is a rich and burgeoning nexus of culture, dining and retail experiences; working, living, and playing. The best place to see it all? The Perch’s panoramic views, of course. Chef’s kitchens with modern appliances, floor plans for entertaining, common spaces with uncommon features, and co-working spaces for getting down to business. The Audubon is designed to make living, working, and being as effortless as possible.

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Left unnoticed for decades as an antiquated seaport noted for only for being home to Yale University, Connecticut's second-largest town is shaking off the less than great reputation with its up-and-coming urban sophistication and vibrant art scene.

At the city's center lies the New Haven Green, originally plotted by Puritan settlers in the 1600s and peppered with white-steepled churches. Surrounding it, the 300-year-old Yale campus offers newcomers an abundance of architectural and artistic attractions, from venerated museums and galleries to a lively music scene and walking tours of its secret societies.

While Yale put New Haven on the map, there’s much to enjoy other than the campus: dive bars, ethnic restaurants, barbecue restaurants and cocktail lounges make the place almost as vital as Cambridge's Harvard Square.

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