Shippan, a neighborhood in Stamford, CT is home to many large estates and is often refered to the "East Coast Bel Air." Shippan has an odd number of teenagers and college students in it's polulation, which contribute to the young people of the neighborhood to come together through parties and the smoking of Marijuana. The young people of this area refer to themselves as "Shippanimals", stating that they can outdrink college seniors in thier freshman year. Shippanimals are familiar with: the DL "Smoke-a-Blunt" rd, the Fairway, the Gazebo, and the infamous "Third Level." Shippan is a slice of heaven located no more than 30 minutes away from NYC, and five minutes away fom Stamford Downtown. Shippan is known for it's fine estates and it's summers.
Shippan has had a round estimate of one party per every night, often going beyond that.
The "Gold Coast" refers to a select number of towns in Connecticut, all in Fairfield County, that are the equivelent of Beverley Hills, but on the east coast. The Gold Coast is the richest section of the nation. The Gold Coast consists with Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, some parts of Stamford, such as Shippan or North Stamford, Wilton, Ridgefield, Westport, and Fairfield.
The "Gold Coast" is the country's richest region.