About The Bond Residences

Living in downtown has never been easier! We offer furnished units available for long or short term rental with everything you need – just bring your suitcase!

Our many amenities include garbage removal, housekeeping, private office, desk office, laundry services, parking, cable, ACH payment options, mail & packages delivered to residence, grocery delivery, restaurant reservations, storage, clothing rack, linens package, kitchenware, and more!

History

The historic Hotel Bond reigned as Hartford’s grandest hotel in the 1920s and 1930s. It was built near Bushnell Park, on Asylum Street in Hartford, by hotelier Harry S. Bond in two sections.

The first section, a 6-story block, was completed in 1913. In 1921, there was a grand reopening which unveiled the attached second section, a 12-story block with an elegant 5,000 sq.ft. Grand Ballroom on the top floor. The hotel also acquired and incorporated an older, adjacent 4-story building, the East Wing. The old East Wing was demolished in the 1960s, after the decline of the estate of Harry S. Bond.

In 1965, the hotel was sold to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese, which used the building as the home of the Saint Francis Hospital School of Nursing.

The Bond Ballroom reopened in 2001, with the rest of the building becoming a Homewood Suites by Hilton in 2006.

The Bond Residences opened in 2020, as a new chapter in the storied history of this beautiful building.