Crown Point Apartments
Luxury suites at affordable prices in the heart of Connecticut
Located in Western Connecticut, Danbury is the perfect blend of vibrant city life with a strong colonial history. Those who choose to live at the charming Crown Point Apartments know that they will enjoy being a part of a community, with on-site events, nearby shopping, dining, schools, and parks.
Apartments for rent in Danbury CT, Crown Point tops the list in every way
Crown Point apartments (not to be confused with the spelling of Crowne Point Apartments or Crowne Pointe Apartments) on 50 Saw Mill Road are known for some amazing amenities.
As a resident, you’ll have access to two refreshing swimming pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a stylish clubhouse, putting greens, a playground, a park, and so much more. We are pet-friendly and even have a bark park for your four-legged friends.
Curious to know how Crown Point Apartments compare to both luxury and cheap apartments for rent in Danbury, CT, then look no further. We do the work for you and compare a list of Danbury apartments below. We think you’ll agree, Crown Point tops the list in every way.
All roads lead to Danbury
Those who live at 50 Saw Mill Road, otherwise known as Crown Point Apartments, know that they will always have easy access to buses and shuttles. Train service allows residents and visitors to travel from South Norwalk to Danbury in less than an hour.
Those who want to travel further, such as to Grand Central, can make the trip in approximately 2 hours. Those who have access to a car, and will therefore use Crown Point assigned parking spots, will enjoy easy access to Interstate 85, for fast commuting to New York City or just about anywhere.
Get to know the neighborhood
Rent and Housing
Whether you are looking for apartments for rent in Danbury CT by owner or through a broker or agent, rentals in Danbury, Connecticut average $1,844. Depending on what you are looking for, a studio, one, two, or three-bedroom apartment, you can spend as low as $1,729 or as high as $3,269 per month.
Schools and Education
Danbury has a mix of private and public education, all of which are considered outstanding for the seventh-largest school district in the state.
To begin, there are 31 preschool and daycare centers. Then, there are 13 elementary schools including one elementary magnet school. After this, children move on to 1 of 3 middle schools, where one is a middle school magnet school.
Lastly, there is 1 comprehensive high school, the largest in Connecticut, and there is 1 alternative high school. As enrollment in schools continues to grow, city improvements and additions are continually being made to ensure there is enough space for everyone who wants to attend.
For post-secondary education, residents can attend a variety of colleges and universities including the following:
- Naugatuck Valley Community College (Danbury Campus)
- Western Connecticut State University (Westside Campus)
- Westconn Football (A part of Western Connecticut State University)
- Ridgefield College Consultants LLC
- HS College-Bound
Western Connecticut State University is always expanding its campuses, including its housing, academics, and sports programs. It continues to strive for that competitive edge to bring the best and the brightest from all across the country.
Attractions and Places of Interest
As Danbury is a mix of modern and historic atmospheres, historic museums are sure to be one of the most popular attractions around. Living in one of our luxury apartments in CT will also give you access to Bear Mountain Reservation, Danbury Fair Mall, Charter Oak Brewing, and Danbury Ice Arena.
There is a great mix of activities to do including access to Candlewood Lake a great spot for swimmers, boaters, and those who love the outdoors. Western Connecticut State University is located downtown and enrolls over 5,000 students yearly, making the downtown core vibrant with life.
Residents love cheering on the Danbury Hat Tricks, our very own professional ice hockey team. Or how about you bring the kids out to the Kidz Klub, known as the ultimate indoor play park for families? Ives Concert Park brings all forms of music together for an amazing outdoor amphitheater experience.
Whatever you are looking for, Danbury CT and Crown Point Apartments keep their residents busy.
Shopping in Danbury CT is a shopaholic’s dream come true. Danbury Fair is one of the largest shopping malls in Connecticut and includes a variety of popular shops, including Apple, Banana Republic, J. Crew, and more.
Those who love to mix food and specialty items along with their shopping will love to go to the Danbury Connecticut Farmers Market each summer. It has live music, a free bus pass from the market, lots of fresh produce and plants, and exciting and unique vendors.
This is one of the reasons why people often pick Crown Point apartments when looking for a house for rent in Danbury, CT.
Danbury was named in 1687, was incorporated in 1702, and officially chartered as a city in 1889. It resides in southwest Connecticut, in Fairfield County, and was a supply depot for the Continental army in the Revolutionary War.
Jobs and Economy
Danbury has an approximate unemployment rate of 7.6%, but the job market has recently risen for those seeking employment. The sales tax rate is lower than the national average, 6.4% compared to 7.3% respectively. The average income for those in Danbury is approximately $31, 411 per year. Danbury was ranked as the best small city to start a business in Connecticut, and 170th nationally.
Originally, Danbury was known to those near and far as Beantown as it grew top-quality beans. Today it is known as Hat City, as one of America’s top hat production locations. Danbury has expanded to also produce machinery, furniture, and electronic equipment.
Danbury, CT FAQs
Danbury apartments on average cost $1,844.
Unfortunately, even looking for studio apartments for rent in Danbury CT under $1000 isn’t likely possible to find. Typically, the average cost to rent a studio apartment in Danbury, CT is $1,729 per month.
1-bedroom apartments in CT range in price. A 1-bedroom apartment for rent in Danbury, CT, specifically, costs on average around $1,844 per month.
Danbury CT apartments for rent typically have 2-bedroom apartments for rent for around $1,919 per month.
When looking for 3-bedroom accommodations, a house for rent in Danbury, CT may be what you search for. But did you know that Crown Point apartments have some spacious 3-bedroom options that fall BELOW the average rental of 3-bedroom apartments in Danbury, CT of $3,269 per month?
Temperatures vary greatly over the year in Connecticut. On average, the temperature is 49.9°F, however, in January the temperature drops to an average of 27.2°F and in July, it rises to an average of 72.4°F.
Many people want to know what’s the weather in Danbury, Connecticut. Typically, the summers are wet and warm. In the winter, residents can expect colder, freezing temperatures and some snow. Year-round, you can expect it to be partly sunny with some clouds. Many people looking for homes for rent in Crown Point also like to know how much snow did Danbury Connecticut get each time a storm hits. Residents often ask either “How much snow did Danbury, Connecticut get today? or “How much snow did Danbury, Connecticut get yesterday?”
As this answer will change depending on when you are visiting our site, we can safely say that during a typical storm, you can expect a few inches to fall; on average, 3-8 inches.
If you are looking for a particular starting location, try using the “What’s the distance to Danbury from me?” distance calculator. Most people like to know how far is Danbury, Connecticut from New York City or how far to Danbury, Connecticut from New York.
In both cases, the answer is the same. If traveling via I-684 N, you can expect the trip to take approximately 1 hour and 49 minutes. If traveling via I-287 E and I-684 N, you can expect the trip to take 1 hour and 55 minutes, approximately.
Again, this depends on your starting location. First, let’s answer the question: “Where is Danbury, Connecticut located?” Danbury is located on the Southwestern side of the State of Connecticut. And to answer “What County is Danbury, Connecticut in?” the answer is Fairfield County.
Those who wonder “What time is it in Danbury Connecticut?” will know that Danbury runs in Eastern Standard Time and the time can be calculated by subtracting 5 hours from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Now that we have those answers out of the way, we can hopefully better answer how to get to Danbury, Connecticut. Depending on how you travel, you may choose to take a train, car, bus, or taxi. For driving, the three primary interstates cross through Connecticut are the I-84, I-91, and I-95.
If traveling by train, 4 train companies offer train service to and from Connecticut. If traveling to New York, you may want to consider Metro-North Railroad (MNR) or Amtrack Northeast Regional, or Amtrack.
Connecticut Transit offers statewide bus service. If you are coming out of State, you may need to look up what is available from your current location. On another note, residents of Connecticut love to ride their bikes and you’ll find Danbury no exception. they are a very active bicycling community.
Yes. Danbury is below both the national and state average in violet and property crime.
As of 2022, Danbury’s population is 87,647.
Here are three fun facts about Danbury, Connecticut.
· Danbury was called Bean Town for about 200 years.
· In 1951 Alfred Hitchcock filmed part of his film Strangers on a Train in Danbury.
· The term “Mad Hatter” comes from a mercury incident with the hat workers in Danbury, Connecticut.
Some of the top activities to do in Danbury, Connecticut include exploring historical museums, biking on a path, exploring nature, shopping, and dining.
Yes. It is still currently operating. Typical hours for the Danbury mall are as follows:
Sunday – 10 am to 8 pm
Monday – 10 am to 10 pm
Tuesday – 10 am to 10 pm
Wednesday – 10 am to 10 pm
Thursday – 10 am to 10 pm
Friday – 10 am to 9 pm
Saturday – 9 am to 10 pm
There is already an IHOP® located at 32 Newton Road in Danbury.
Great Plain Elementary, Morris Street Elementary, and Western CT Academy for International Students are the top three elementary schools in Danbury, CT.
Immanuel Lutheran School is the top middle school in Danbury, CT.
Henry Abbott Technical High School, Danbury High School, and Wooster School are the top high schools in Danbury, CT.
Danbury has a variety of colleges and universities including Western Connecticut State University, The Harris School of Business, and two highly viewed medical schools.
HARTransit fills the needs of most residents in Danbury looking to take public transportation. For those with disabilities, there is SweetHart transit which offers door-to-door service. Currently, there is a FREE service that has been extended to March 31, 2023, as part of the Gas Tax Cut initiative.
Yes. Crown Point Apartments are not only pet-friendly but pet-welcoming.
Most apartments for rent in Danbury, CT will cost similar to what the average rental is in Danbury. The cost will also depend on whether you are looking for a suite, one, two, or three-bedroom rental. Crown Point rentals prides itself on offering competitive luxury apartment rentals in Danbury, CT.
We always suggest to our potential tenants to use a rent calculator to help them decide if they can afford Crown Point Apartments.
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