City of New London - Building Department 111 Union St, New London, CT06320 The Building Department issues permits for building construction and renovation. Tenants with complaints about the…More condition of their building may take them to this department.
Toby May Park 636 Ocean Ave, New London, CT06320 Toby May Park offers two basketball courts, two playscape areas, two softball fields and four tennis courts. There is a…More 44-space parking lot, and restrooms are open from April 1 to October 30. This 7-acre park was opened in 1953 and renovated in 1979.
Shiloh Baptist Church 1 Garvin St, New London, CT06320 This church's expansion has included the renovation of an old jail (parishioners now gather where the cell block once…More stood) and the establishment of the nearby Shiloh Family Life Center. Garvin Street, formerly High Street, was renamed in honor of Revered Albert A. Garvin.
Dryden Design 31 Shaw St, New London, CT06320 Dryden Design is an interior decorating service that offers design consultations for home additions and renovations,…More space planning, drawings, furniture and cabinetry design, real estate staging and set design. An online gallery of completed work is available to view.
Carlin Construction Company 5 Shaws Cv, New London, CT06320 Carlin Construction Company is an industrial and commercial general contracting business. It offers services covering…More building, renovation, site selection, engineering, design and more. A portfolio of its completed work is available to view on its website.
New London Union Station 27 Water St, New London, CT06320 New London's Union Station was built in the 1880s by eminent American architect Henry Hobson Richardson. This…More was his last train station, and his grandest. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Romanesque building was saved from demolition in the 1970s and has been renovated several times times since then. Union Station is located at the foot of State Street, convenient to bus and ferry terminals and parking. The station has an indoor waiting room. Amtrak's Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains stop here, and Shoreline East (www.shorelineeast.com) offers limited service connecting to Metro North in New Haven.