Close To

The Campus
at I-95 Exit 9 Stamford
rests in the heart of one of the nation’s most affluent areas, boasts an extraordinarily diverse economic base, and serves as the business center of Fairfield County.

The Campus is located at
1 Blachley Road, Stamford
Connecticut – I-95 Exit 9

  • Immediate access off I-95 at Exit 9 and U.S. Route 1 with visibility from I-95
  • One-quarter mile to Route 106 and four miles to the Merritt Parkway (Route 15)
  • One mile to downtown Stamford and the Stamford Transportation Center (Metro-North and Amtrak service to Boston/Washington D.C.)
  • Within walking distance Cove Island Park, featuring sandy beaches and a one-mile walking/jogging trail loop

Fairfield County

The City of Stamford is located in Fairfield County in southwestern Connecticut. The county is part of the greater New York City Metropolitan Area, which also includes the surrounding suburbs in New York and New Jersey, encompassing 20 counties in total. Like the entire region, Fairfield County is intricately tied both economically and culturally to New York City.

  • Home to eight of Connecticut’s 14 Fortune 500 firms and some of the largest hedge funds in the region
  • Among the most affluent counties in the country, ranking #5 by per capita income
  • Boasts a highly skilled labor force and a low unemployment rate
  • Has three private and two public universities, along with a range of technical and junior colleges
  • Features approximately 40 public and private golf courses and country clubs; approximately 25 yacht clubs, boat clubs and marinas; and many picturesque New England towns within commuting distance of New York City
  • Is a major transportation hub, including Metro North and Amtrak commuter rail services, Fairfield County bus service, seven metropolitan area airports and extensive interstate and state highway networks
Stamford Dowtown Aerial View


The City of Stamford occupies a total area of approximately 38 square miles and has a population in excess of 120,000. It is comprised of several neighborhoods, each with its own distinct characteristics, generally defined as the Central Business District (CBD), Stamford South/South End Peninsula, Glenbrook, Springdale and North Stamford.

  • UBS, RBS and Purdue Pharma are headquartered in the CBD. XL America and Pitney Bowes, among others, are located in the south end of Stamford; while GE Capital and General Re are located in North Stamford
  • Recently, there has been a significant investment made in the Stamford Town Center, Fairfield County’s third largest regional mall, consisting of 900,000 square feet of retail space including Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy’s
  • There has also been significant residential construction with the addition of both condominium and rental apartments throughout the area, including a large residential development by Donald Trump
  • Downtown Stamford offers a broad array of upscale shops, restaurants, hotels, arts and entertainment
  • Stamford is home to the University of Connecticut-Stamford campus, the Rich Forum, the Palace Theatre, as well as an excellent selection of public and private schools.