In recent years, Bloomfield Center has seen a significant boom in housing development, which has brought several hundred new residents helping to bring a dynamic vibrancy to the Center. Two of these developments – The Green and Avalon-Bloomfield Station – are located within blocks of the district’s main intersection and train station. The area was designated a transit village in 2003, and there are plans in place to completely restore its historic train station in the near future.
These new apartments and many more factors reflect the growing diversity of our district that is helping to make Bloomfield Center an increasingly desirable place to live, work, and visit. New residents, motivated entrepreneurs, and visionary investors are now recognizing the area’s potential growth and great promise.
2010 Census Profile for Bloomfield Center
Main Street America Retail Marketplace Profile 2019
Bloomfield Center Key Market Data & Tapestry Segments 2019
Bloomfield Center Demographic and Income Information_2019
Bloomfield Center Retail Demand Outlook_2019