Abandoned and forgotten, this old Stamford neighborhood on Manhattan Street used to be a thriving neighborhood that included a successful father & son-owned furniture store, a popular restaurant, and a church.

The neighborhood is now a forgotten relic with broken windows, rusted fences, and overgrown vegetation that sadly sits in the shadow of the thundering traffic of I-95. Over the years, Stamford residents could wander into this section of the city to view what Stamford used to be, but now Stamford's miniature ghost town is permanently closed.

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