Spectra Pearl

101 Pearl Street Hartford, CT 06103 • From $259 Per Day

3 month minimum stay required

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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Spectra Pearl is location on a prominent downtown Hartford corner where culture and green space are just a moment’s walk away.  We designed Spectra Pearl residences in exquisite detail, using a contemporary neutral palette and the spacious quality of these light and airy residences is augmented by the banks of large windows and the open floor plans. Fully participating in life is living well. The expanded amenities available to our community are as varied as they are distinctive. We offer bocce ball, Skyline views from our private rooftop lounge, movie screenings in a 55+ seat theater...and much, much more! Such unique amenities complement the conveniences you’d expect from a luxury residence: modern fitness equipment, wellness resources, and an Arts & Culture roster brimming with possibilities. Each floor has a unique recreational approach: screening rooms, libraries, business centers, conferencing capabilities, games, table tennis, and more.


Fitness Center with Open Terrace and Aerobic Area
Theater with 55+ Seats
Bocce Court and Billiards Table
Business Center
On-Site Pet Spa
Rooftop Lounge with Fireplace and Open Terrace
BBQ Stations

Property Location

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Despite its inenviable reputation as the ‘filing cabinet of America’, Connecticut’s capital can still surprise. Originally ettled in the 1600s by Dutch traders, it's among New England’s oldest cities and has a remarkable variety of sights and museums. The colony’s Fundamental Orders are generally considered as America’s first written constitution. In later years the city generated wealth from manufacturing Colt .45 pistols and its vibrant publishing sector attracted Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Wallace Stevens, among others.  Find corporate housing and short term rental solutions in Hartford with National Corporate Housing. 

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