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Search Bridgeport Real Estate Listings December 12, 2019
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A well-known Chicago neighborhood located on the South Side of the city, Bridgeport is easily one of the city's most diverse neighborhoods. Bridgeport has been the birthplace or home of five Chicago mayors. With its vibrant working-class community and beloved food scene, Bridgeport boasts a welcoming vibe that attracts many home buyers each year. If you are shopping for a Chicago neighborhood that features affordable housing, ethnic diversity, and a vast array of amenities and services, Bridgeport is a neighborhood you should get to know.

Location

Bridgeport is South Side enclave that is bordered by the Chicago River, Pershing Road, and Union Pacific Railroad Tracks. Its neighboring communities include McKinley Park, Armour Square, Pilsen, and Canaryville. Just three miles to the south and west of the Loop, Bridgeport is conveniently close to downtown Chicago, another reason why it remains so attractive to Chicago real estate shoppers.

History

Bridgeport's history is long and rich. In fact, it was traversed by explorers and traders during the 1600s, most likely owing to its position on the Chicago River. As a community, Bridgeport essentially began in the 1836 in the early days of the construction of the Illinois & Michigan Canal. Many people employed in the city's meatpacking industry moved to the area and lent the community its working-class atmosphere. Even so, the neighborhood has long been involved in the city's political scene, which is, perhaps, it gave birth to so many mayors! Some of the neighborhood's historic structures include St. Mary of Perpetual Help Cathedral and St. Barbara Cathedral.

Bridgeport Services and Amenities

Bridgeport is served by the CTA Orange Line and Red Line. Residents also have convenient access to Metra Rail service. As a thriving Chicago neighborhood, Bridgeport boasts a bustling economy and vibrant food scene. Bridgeport is served by the Chicago Public School District as well as various private and parochial schools. Residents of Bridgeport will have convenient access to grocery stores and other shopping centers, coffee shops, medical centers, and popular restaurants like The Duck Inn, Bridgeport Restaurant, Nana, Han 202, Antique Taco, Franco's Ristorante, and Stix n Brix Wood Fired Pizza. Bridgeport also features a vibrant nightlife scene that includes bars and taverns like Shinnick's Pub.

Also, Bridgeport features fitness centers, community and senior centers, the Bridgeport Art Center, the Chicago Maritime Museum, nearby Guaranteed Rate Field (home of the Chicago White Sox), Palmisano Park, McGuane Park, and numerous places of worship.

Bridgeport Real Estate

Whether you're in the market for Chicago condos to rent or buy or need a multi-family home, Bridgeport is well-worth checking out because of its diverse housing types and styles. The median home price in Bridgeport is $304,600. It contains both affordable and luxury-type homes. When shopping for Chicago real estate in Bridgeport, you can expect to find bungalow styles, townhouses, condominium buildings, multistory homes, and more.

Be sure to discover all that Bridgeport has to offer property investors. If you're looking for a place to call home that's in easy distance of the Loop and other Chicago attractions, you'll find that Bridgeport could answer. This pleasant Chicago neighborhood remains one of the city's most vibrant communities and is filled with real estate possibilities you should get to know. Living here means you'll have convenient access to major Chicago attractions like Museum Campus, the Chicago Symphony, the Museum of Science and Industry, Pullman's Florence Hotel, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Nearby neighborhoods include Armour SquareCanaryvilleMcKinley ParkPilsenChinatown