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The New Haven City Hall is a pretty building that was constructed over 150 years ago. It's architectural design goes well with a lot of close by Yale University buildings. But, not so much with other more recently built buildings. I would not create a...More
It is so nice to find an old historic building that has been cared for and is still in use as originally planned. Built in 1861, it has a gorgeous victorian gothic facade and beautiful ironwork staircase at the entrance.
There is a 1909 Westinghouse...More
Found in the rear of the first floor, this tiny office is well run, staff courteous, and very careful about their work. Very efficient. We were officially married in under an hour, bringing our own Justice of the Peace.
I'm thinking you mean the actual government center...the New Haven City Hall? There's the old building - great architecture and ambiance and the new building. Like a new building usually is nowadays without any architectural beauty. Maybe there's a restaurant, 'City Hall'. Haven't heard of...More
Interesting architecture, but the real attraction at City Hall is New Haven's benevolent, progressive government -- of the people, by the people and for the people. Despite its many faults, New Haven city government does it better than just about everyone else in the U.S.