Building and Land Technology, the developer of Harbor Point in Stamford, CT, has announced that nine new restaurants are opening or expanding in Harbor Point’s two neighborhoods, each accessible to boaters who dock at the multi-use development’s four marinas.

“The new restaurants are exciting for those who live and work in Harbor Point, and for the entire Stamford community,” said Carl R. Kuehner, III, CEO of Building and Land Technology Harbor Point. “We believe that activating the food scene here will increase public enjoyment of Commons Park and the other open spaces, and draw people to the waterfront.”

Harbor Point is also hosting several new events this summer, including live music on Thursday evenings, a farmers market in Commons Park every Sunday, free weekly outdoor movie screenings, kayak and paddleboard rentals through the Young Mariners Foundation, public sails by SoundWaters, group bike rides hosted by Pacific Swim Bike Run, and evening “Pub Runs” led by Fleet Feet Sports. Transient slips for visiting boaters are available on both the East and West branches of Stamford Harbor, and the fuel dock and boatyard are also both open.