Windham, CT- Historical Pioneer
Named after Wyndham, England, the town of Windham, Connecticut was incorporated on May 12, 1692. Today Windham is one of many small Connecticut towns along the Willimantic River.
Educational Excellence - ECSU
Historically, Windham’s economy was based on mills and agriculture however today the corporate community is far more diversified. Companies of all sizes now call Windham home with Eastern Connecticut State University as one of the largest employers. Part of the Connecticut state university system, Eastern Connecticut State University is the third oldest public university in the state. ECSU offers 33 undergraduate majors and 50 undergraduate minor programs to a diverse student body.
Willimantic/Windham Real Estate
Today, the communities that make up Windham Center, North Windham, South Windham, Windham and Willimantic are experiencing a more development, with the areas near the Windham Airport leading the way in commmercial development. North Windham in particular is a leader in local development; while Windham Center, and South Windham are welcoming new homeowners as well. Willimantic has numerous projects underway including efforts towards a downtown revitalization. There are ever-growing entertainment options available in downtown Windham including the Third Thursday Festival which is one of many examples of success in the Town of Willimantic.