Kosciuszko Park 200 Elmcroft Rd, Stamford, CT06902 Kosciuszko Park, a lively recreation spot located on the shores of Stamford Harbor, features baseball fields and…More basketball courts. There are also picnic tables and pavilions, grilling grounds, swings and playsets. The park is open from dusk until dawn and the department of parks and recreation encourages visitors to follow the rules. Athletic field use is by permit only.
Eagle Ocean 27 Signal Rd, Stamford, CT06902 Eagle Ocean is the American agent of Dorian Hellas, a Greek shipping magnate who specializes in ship sales and purchase…More as well as insurance, charter and finance. An established business since 1973, the local headquarters of this prestigious business is situated on the shores of Stamford Harbour, but the fleet can be found in oceans all over the world. Responsible for the management of 30 recently renovated tankers, Eagle Ocean's services are safe and reliable and the company is always ready to go to work for its customers. Affliated companies include the Orient Group and Highbury Shipping Services.
Alliance is a home-grown business that specializes in oil and gas services for Southern Connecticut…More residents. The company is located near the corner of Signal and Gatehouse Roads, not far from the shores of Stamford Harbor and about a five-minute drive from Interstate 95.
Products include storage tanks, heating oil, kerosene fuel and low-sulphur diesel, among others. Services consist of the installation of hot water heaters, burners, furnaces and boilers. Call to set up an appointment or for more information.
Home of the original Lakeside Donut, Lakeside Diner is all-American in just about every single way. The cozy little…More eatery makes its home on the shores of Holt's Ice Pond less than a quarter mile north of the Merritt Parkway on Long Ridge Road. Known for their delicious breakfast items and specials, the good folks at Lakeside Diner serve up a solid lunch as well and advise you to call ahead for take-out. With the wonderful scenery in the back drop, you'll forget that downtown Stamford is less than three miles away.