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Rent-A-Center
282 S Frontage Rd, New London, CT 06320
One of a national chain that provides rental services for furniture, appliances, computers, electronics and more. It canMore also provide loans, and customers have a rent to own option.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
453 Colman St, New London, CT 06320
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is an international rental company and has been at this location for nine years. All major carMore makes are offered and there are discounts available for seniors as well as corporate and large groups. 
Boyer Realty Management
400 Bayonet St, New London, CT 06320
Boyer Realty manages leased and rented residential, condominium and commercial property in Southeastern CT. TheMore company is owned and managed by Ken Boyer who is carrying on the family business that was started by his father George Boyer. The company offers services to individuals and families seeking a rented or leased residence as well as property owners in need of property management services.
Housing Authority of the City of New London
78 Walden Ave, New London, CT 06320
The Housing Authority of the City of New London administers Section 8 and low-rent housing at several places in theMore city. The organization manages more than 200 federal units and more than 500 state-subsidized units, and it is overseen by a board of directors appointed by the city.
Arrow Equipment Rental & Sales
567 Colman St, New London, CT 06320
Arrow Equipment Rental & Sales is located in the same building as the affiliated business Arrow Paper Party RentalMore & Store. Gary Weiss has owned both businesses for over two decades. Arrow rents and sells construction equipment and supplies.
Covenant Shelter
42 Jay St, New London, CT 06320
A partnership of the St. Mary Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church and St. James Episcopal Church, the Covenant ShelterMore provides emergency housing and food for the homeless. The shelter has 14 beds for single men, three for single women and five family rooms. In addition to these services, Covenant Shelter offers assistance with rent and transportation as well as educational and work readiness programs.
Faire Harbour Landings
11 Anthony Rd, New London, CT 06320
Faire Harbour Landings rents one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences. The buildings in this community, whichMore include apartments and townhouses, share a similar look, which combines with Faire Harbour's nautical motif to give a cohesive feel to the street. Amenities for renters include lighted parking lots, 24-hour emergency maintenance service, on-site laundry and air conditioning. The location is close to New London High School and Bates Woods Park and feels like a small suburban neighborhood in the middle of the city.
Hot Rod Cafe
114 Bank St, New London, CT 06320
Rod Cornish opened Hot Rod Cafe in 2005. The cafe's specialty is wings in an assortment of flavors, but thereMore are also serve plenty of other options like burgers, sandwiches and salads. On weekends there's live music, ranging from blues to rock to jazz to reggae. In addition to the 16 tables and bar on the main floor, there is outdoor seating on the deck and a patio overlooking the Thames. There's also a lower level with its own bar. The lower level or the entire space can be rented out for private parties. Hot Rod offers delivery via www.whydrive.biz and it also caters events.
Mohican Apts
281 State St, New London, CT 06320

This 11-story Renaissance Revival building, which towers over its State Street neighbors, started out as aMore printing press, was built by publisher Frank Munsey in an attempt to avoid New York labor unions. In 1898 it became the Mohican Hotel, which was known for a time as one of the finest hotels in Connecticut. After a stint as a department store, then another as a hotel again, it was eventually converted into an apartment building.

Mohican Apartments rents 1- and 2-bedrooms and efficiencies to people over 62 or under 62 and disabled. The building has a laundry room, an exercise room and a community room for residents.

The company also manages the commercial spaces on the first floor of the building.

A.W. Marina
178 Pequot Ave, New London, CT 06320
According to the sign out front, A.W. Marina has been "hooking up anglers since 1959." It is a full-service,More family-owned-and-operated marina with 20 long-term slips and four transient slips for rent. It offers electricity, fresh water, 24-hour security and a bathroom for customers. The marina also serves as an official Connecticut state weigh station and is brimming with fishing supplies, including tackle, bait, rods, reels, line, nets and traps. The shop also issues fishing licenses and will special-order equipment and supplies upon request. 
The Lyric Cafe
243 State St, New London, CT 06320
The Lyric Cafe, in the old Lyric Hall building, serves breakfast all day, lunch, Saturday brunch and tea. TheMore menu includes dishes like omelettes, French toast, soups, salads, sandwiches and scones with jam. With advance notice, it also serves full afternoon tea. The decor is tasteful and warm. Lyric offers a private room with wireless Internet access for business meetings. Space can also be rented for special events with in-house catering. Occasionally there is live music on Saturdays.