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We got our start in NYC in the late 1990s, building successful businesses within the art and design world at a time when New York was more accessible—a time when Brooklyn was still raw. The same spirit that New York embodied back then can be found today in Bridgeport. It’s a city with untapped potential: an emerging art community, beautiful urban architecture, and a downtown composed primarily of independent businesses (there’s not a Starbucks in sight). And it’s in this spirit—of immeasurable possibilities—we joined forces to realize URSA.

That said, we'd like to share some of favorite spots Bridgeport.

Check it out


Seaside Park

325 acres of lush lawns, shady glades and sports fields rolling toward Long Island Sound, Seaside Park is a park without peer on the Eastern Seaboard. Visitors are delighted by the beaches, surf and sunshine along three miles of sparkling coastline. The park was laid out just after the Civil War by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted, whose other efforts include Manhattan's Central Park and Prospect Park in Brooklyn.

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Brewport Brewery beer, thincrust pizza all packaged in an amazing industrial space right down the street from URSA


Harborview Cafe

"The original social network" Harborview has been around for decades— a neighborhood institution with a Northern California vibe (you'll know what I'm talking about if you've ever lived in the bay area). This place is special!