Howe Place Apartments, located at the edge of the Yale University campus, offers classic metropolitan living in downtown New Haven, Connecticut – a perfect location for students and medical residents near the Yale Shuttle bus line and within walking distance of most campus schools, shopping, restaurants, galleries and theaters.
Howe Place Apartments is a classic 1920’s apartment building in 20th Century Eclectic Style architecture and is a recognized Contributing Structure in the “West Village” Dwight Street Historic District. The location near the corner of Chapel and Howe is at the edge of Campus in the city “Central District” and offers a convenient walking distance to most Yale destinations. A Yale Security office is right across the street, and the building is on the Yale Shuttle Bus Line too, with a major grocery store within a five-minute walk. It is a, 6-story masonry structure with brick facade, vintage accoutrements, passenger elevator, and modern vinyl double-hung insulated windows. Other modernizations include a hard-wired fire safety system with pull stations and a monitored security access system. Instead of keys, the building is accessed with a computer-controlled access card. A coin-operated laundry with four washers and four dryers is located in the lower level along with a Bicycle Room protected by the security access card.