Best For: Sports Fans, Young Families, Urban-Feel, Downtown Commuters
What Wrigleyville is to the North, Bridgeport is to the South, sort-of. Home to the White Sox, Bridgeport is Chicago’s first official neighborhood. Bridgeport, unlike it’s baseball counterpart, offers a breadth of art and culture headlined by the Bridgeport Art Center, restaurants and bars.
Noisier the closer you get to the stadium, Bridgeport has lots of low-rise condos and single family homes still close to the Red or Orange lines and Halsted Street.
Busier than some of it’s South Side companions, Bridgeport benefits from a bit more of an Urban feel thanks to it’s closer proximity to downtown but still benefits from great local restaurants and neighborhood bars to serve all types.
Living in Bridgeport
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See what it's like to live in the Bridgeport neighborhood of Chicago with reviews and statistics on crime, real estate, and cost of living.
Eating in Bridgeport
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Browsing all of Bridgeport, Chicago, IL - Nana, Jackalope Coffee & Tea House, Maria's Packaged Goods and Community Bar, Bridgeport Coffee, Zaytune Mediterranean Grill, The Duck Inn, Min's Noodle House 渔家重庆小面, Gio's Cafe and Deli, Franco's Ristorante, 26th Street Sugar Shack