ⓘ Congress Street (Hartford, Connecticut)

Congress Street (Hartford, Connecticut)

ⓘ Congress Street (Hartford, Connecticut)

Congress Street is a city street in the South Green neighborhood of Hartford, Connecticut. Extending for a single block from the South Green to Morris Street, it was developed in the 1850s with modest two-family residences, with infill development of larger apartment blocks around the turn of the 20th century. The entire street was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 as a good example of a well-preserved late-19th century residential street.

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