Welcome to 95 Vine Street

With our two and three-bedroom floor plans, make yourself at home with comfort and affordability. Expect a fully-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, dishwasher, gas stove, fine cabinetry and a pantry. Our property features amazing amenities including on-site parking and an on-site laundry center. We are minutes away from Downtown Hartford, and the Interstate 84 & 91. 95 Vine Street is also included in the Hartford Public School District.

ocated in the heart of Hartford, our community offers a home with convenient access to the history and culture of Hartford. 95 Vine Street provides a home less than 2 miles away from some of the oldest attractions across America – the oldest public art museum, Wadsworth Antheum; the oldest funded park, Bushnell Park; and the oldest continuously published newspaper, The Hartford Currant.
Sports are also a huge part of the thriving culture of Hartford, and 95 Vine Street Apartments is close to the action with The Hartford Yard Goats playing baseball at Dunkin Donuts Park, The Hartford Wolf Pack knocking the hockey pucks at The XL Center, and the USLC Soccer Team, The Hartford Athletic scoring goals at The Dillon Stadium.
Residents of 95 Vine Street will also be able to take advantage of the foodie culture in Hartford. Food and Wine magazine named Hartford as a “foodie destination” and nearby Bushnell Park hosts a growing number of food trucks.

Our quiet community is home to many long-term residents who know they can expect a dedicated, responsive staff and maintenance team with years of experience in the industry.

Demand the best in value, service and location. Expect nothing less than 95 Vine Street. Your home as it should be.

Please note 95 Vine Street applicants must meet the required income criteria in order to qualify for housing as we participate in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program.  Please review our Qualifying Criteria. 





Our leasing office is now open with restrictions. We will follow the protocol and guidelines of local ordinances, as well as the CDC, in consideration for the well-being of all. These include, but are not limited to: required wearing of a mask in order to enter our office, using hand sanitizer before entering office, maintaining social distancing and staying home if you exhibit symptoms related to COVID-19 as outlined by the CDC. We will also be limiting the amount of people in the office. Thank you!

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