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Your Gateway to New England and Beyond...

Topping Wallingford’s impressive list of qualities is its ideal location. Strategically located in the center of Connecticut, Wallingford provides easy access to all major markets along the Northeast Corridor and the eastern provinces of Canada. Few states are as close to a market this large and this prosperous.

Wallingford Town HallWallingford Town HallWithin a day’s drive of Wallingford is a third of the nation’s population, buying power, retail sales and manufacturing firms. Within the same 500-mile radius, Wallingford provides access to two-thirds of Canada’s population, buying power and retail sales and more than 80% of Canada’s manufacturing firms.

Well Positioned for Future Growth...

Town CenterTown CenterWallingford is located along Interstate I-91 and Route 15 North/South and is within minutes of three excellent East/West arteries: Interstates I-95, I-84 and I-691. Forty minutes to the north is Bradley International Airport.

Twenty minutes to the south is New Haven Harbor, home to the region’s Foreign Trade Zone, and Tweed New Haven, a regional airport. Wallingford is also located on the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield rail line with daily passenger service to points north and south and to New York City via a connection in New Haven. Freight service is provided by Connecticut Southern Railroad.

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