Bridgeport is close to everything and your new loft style place is in the middle of a quiet block with brick houses complete with a secure iron fence surrounding the property.
If you would like to see this apartment please dial the information number in the main ad on the "For Rent" page for address, next showing time and lots more information. If no phone number is posted yet then the apartment is not quite ready to see. Please be patient while we make your place wonderful.
ALL ABOUT BRIDGEPORT
One of the local cyber café’s is zhoubcafe.com down at the end of the block walking South which has free Wi-Fi and another fabulous local restaurant right around the corner walking East is polocafe.com where you can meet our friend Dave of 20 years. Famous Connies Pizza is right down the street on Archer and the Birdgeport was the very first Connies.
Bridgeport's Polish history can be seen in its two churches in the Polish
Cathedral style: St. Mary of Perpetual Help and St. Barbara. The Art Institute of Chicago has recently done restoration work on the paintings in the Shrine Altars at St. Mary of Perpetual Help which date back to 1890, with further plans calling for restoration of the stained glass windows and to complete the painting of the interior ceilings and rotunda. The influence of other Eastern European immigrants to Bridgeport is evident at St. Jerome Croatian Catholic Church, which holds services in both Croatian and English.
U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, is often thought to be geographically located in Bridgeport. This is a misconception. The stadium is actually located one block to the east, in the Armour Square community area.
Bridgeport has long been one of the city's political hotbeds, having been home to five of Chicago's 45 mayors. They are, in order of service: Edward Kelly, Martin Kennelly, Richard J. Daley, Michael Bilandic, and Richard M. Daley. The most prominent example of the neighborhood's influence on Chicago politics is illustrated by a 46-year long stretch (1933-1979) in which a Bridgeport native held the city's highest office. The current mayor Daley no longer resides in Bridgeport.
Bridgeport is served by the Bridgeport News, a neighborhood newspaper delivered weekly on Wednesdays to homes throughout the neighborhood. The area is also served by two Chicago Transit Authority train stations, although one of them is technically a few blocks outside of the neighborhood.
Home to the Chicago White sox and U.S. Cellular Field (formerly Comiskey Park ), old churches, and some of the most beautiful architecture in Chicago , the Chicago neighborhood of Bridgeport is an older, family-oriented spot with historic roots. Chicago's former mayor Richard J. Daley made it his home throughout his life.
Once known as Hardscrabble, then Cabbage Patch, Bridgeport got its name because it was near a bridge on the Chicago River that was too low to allow boats to pass under it, so cargo had to be unloaded there. One of the founding neighborhoods of Chicago and once a center of industry, Bridgeport is now mainly residential and retains the feel of a real Chicago neighborhood.
A neighborhood rich with generations of history, Bridgeport is enjoying a degree of modernization as former residents who left the neighborhood looking for more trendy locations are moving back to where they came from, bringing their newly-acquired modern tastes, aesthetics and families with them.
The many taverns and restaurants along Halsted accommodate the multitudes who travel here to see the White Sox ( 333 W. 35th St .). Check out some of Bridgeport's sites: Morrie O'Malley's ( 3501 S. Union Street ); Healthy Food Lithuanian ( 3236 S. Halsted Street ); Ricobene's ( 252 W 26th Street).
The El stops at Sox/35th Street .
The new housing complex called "Bridgeport Village" with $500,000 houses is just around the corner from your new apartment
This loft style features open partition in bedroom, golden pecan oak faux wood floor, exposed river rock, track lighting, new tile in bathroom, new carpet in bedroom, new windows, new roof & more... Scroll down the pics then check out the virtual tour at the bottom of this page.
With the building is included 2 shared parking spaces which will accommodate just about any size vehicle or RV.
CHECK OUT YOUR NEW BRIDGEPORT NEIGHBORHOOD
Above are the 2 shared private parking spaces for your new apartment just about 10 feet from the building.
On the right is a little patio perfect for barbeques in the summertime. The patio measures 8 x 16 feet.
Pictured below is solar lighting and lawn furniture for enjoying your patio in the evening.
NOW TAKE A VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH YOUR NEW PLACE
NO NEED TO GO DOWNTOWN WHEN THE RIVERSIDE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER AT ARCHER AND ASHLAND
Below is even more exposed brick as you come in the back entrance from the parking & patio lot to go upstairs to your new mini loft.
This is the new sidewalk from the front gate and an extra satellite dish is ready for your Direct TV.
On the left is the brand new house and patio deck that our friend "Officer Tom" just built and moved into.
"COOL DIGGS" COZY OPEN NEON MINI LOFT IN PRIME BRIDGEPORT
Impress your friends with the illuminated Alaskan river rock wall is pretty unique with the tiny gold specks embedded in the rock.
Bedroom is 7' x 14' with a big cedar closet. Recessed ceiling lights in the bedroom and kitchen.
Wall to wall carpet with plush designer padding make it feel luxurious.
Pictured below is the "peek through" open partition in the bedroom & foyer in the true spirit of a mini loft.
Very cozy bathroom with recessed ceiling light, new tub and shower, and even a shower curtain so there is nothing left to do except get the keys and move in.
Pictured above are the 2 large cedar closets and with the foyer closet you have 3 closets in your new mini loft.