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Yet for all the fun he had experiencing the renaissance—“and for a while, I did have a lot of fun”—when he finally felt ready to put his heart into something more serious, someone was missing in the noisy bar crowds.

“I learned that if you are committed to staying single, Stamford is awesome, but it’s a little less awesome if you’re looking to find ‘the one.’” Matt’s initially elusive efforts to find a soul mate similarly matched the experiences of many of the single-and-looking men and women who shared their stories with us.

Ava (not her real name), a twenty-four-year-old single with a good job in sales, grew up in Stamford but has recently decided to take an apartment in New York City.Just ask Tony (not his real name), a fifty-one-year-old entrepreneur.He’ll tell you that downtown, for several years now, is far from the sleepy suburban scene that he first encountered when he got divorced twenty years ago.Census data suggests that when it comes to finding love, Stamford’s straight guys have the odds-on advantage: The male-to-female ratio delivers ten women for every nine men.And Steve (not his real name), a forty-year-old corporate communications executive who’s been actively dating since ending a long-term relationship not long ago, says he’ll never complain about the romantic possibilities he’s experienced.

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