Steelpointe Harbor, Delivering your Dream

WELCOME To Steelpointe

Once you step off your boat or out of your car, you’ll have a full range of exciting things to see and do at Steelpointe: State of the art Marina, fine dining, a full-service boat yard, and nearby helicopter access, theaters, a zoo for family fun, museums, local parks, arena events, shopping and much, much more. Our proximity to transit makes Steelpointe Harbor one of the most accessible sites on the East Coast and one of the most desirable locations, strategically situated between Boston and New York City. This unparalleled Long Island Sound Harbor site is the home of a 2.8 million square foot mixed-use waterfront development. Steelpointe sits on a peninsula, adjacent to Interstate-95, minutes from Metro North and Amtrak rail, an inter and intrastate bus terminal, the Bridgeport – Port Jefferson NY Long Island Sound Ferry, and a municipal airport for private, corporate, and general aviation air service.

Marina & Services
Our new world-class
yachting destination
Famous for its award-winning marinas, RCI has built a new state-of-the-art marine service facility in Bridgeport Harbor at the entrance to Long Island Sound.
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Dining & Retail
Premiere waterfront
shopping & dining
Waterfront dining and shopping along a newly constructed harborwalk. 800,000 sq. ft of new retail planned, with Bass Pro Shops, T Mobile, Chipotle and Starbucks already in place.
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Residential & Retail
Luxury apartments,
offices and hospitality
1,500 residential units, 200,000 sq. ft of commercial and office space and a 300,000 sq. ft resort hotel will turn Steelpointe Harbor into a new destination to live, work and play!
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Sq. feet
boat slip
What the press is saying


Whether taking summer slips or short-term dockage, superyachts visiting Bridgeport Harbor Marina benefit from controlled-access gangways and on-site security. Golf carts and hand carts are further available on a complimentary basis. Fueling services should become available this year, too.
Diane M. Byrne
MegaYacht News
Bridgeport is about 60 miles from Manhattan and about 120 miles from Newport, making it a natural waypoint for many boaters in terms of distance. It’s also a natural waypoint in terms of marine topography: The approach depth at mean low water is 12 feet, and there are no bridges between Bridgeport Harbor and the Long Island Sound.
Kim Kavin
Soundings Magazine
Steelpointe being on the harbor, near downtown, within the transportation inter- modal, is a very significant piece in the development strategy for the waterfront and downtown entertainment district,” Tom Gill, director of Bridgeport’s office of planning and economic development, in an emailed statement to Hearst Connecticut Media.
Jordan Grice
Connecticut Post