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Some singles are not ready to mingle, at least in burgeoning rental markets in Bridgeport and Hartford. The NYC overflow market is booming thanks to a relatively easy commute into the city, the re-location of several big advertising and financial firms to Connecticut, and a shit ton of affordable but amenity-laden residential developments. Developers are plotting new conversions (like the hideous Clarion Hotel in Hartford, pictured) with one-bedrooms and studios, "partly, developers say, because this generation of 20-somethings does not like to share." [New York Times]