4 cheap apartments in Bridgeport

Bridgeport is one of the most underrated neighborhoods in Chicago, yet has some of the cutest (and cheapest) rentals available
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As more and more incredible restaurants, shops and art galleries pop up in Bridgeport, Chicagoans are moving to the neighborhood. And Bridgeport has tons of inventory to support it, often in the form of entire houses and spacious single-floor units with many rooms.

Zumper helped us find some of the best apartments available in the area. 

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839 W 34th St: $1,095/month

You can easily walk to a White Sox game from this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment right off 35th Street, one of Bridgeport's main drags. At just 1,000 square feet, it's a bit on the smaller side, but for a single or couple, this top-floor apartment would be just right.
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839 W 34th St: $1,095/month

You can easily walk to a White Sox game from this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment right off 35th Street, one of Bridgeport's main drags. At just 1,000 square feet, it's a bit on the smaller side, but for a single or couple, this top-floor apartment would be just right.
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839 W 34th St: $1,095/month

You can easily walk to a White Sox game from this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment right off 35th Street, one of Bridgeport's main drags. At just 1,000 square feet, it's a bit on the smaller side, but for a single or couple, this top-floor apartment would be just right.
Photograph: Zumper

839 W 34th St: $1,095/month

You can easily walk to a White Sox game from this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment right off 35th Street, one of Bridgeport's main drags. At just 1,000 square feet, it's a bit on the smaller side, but for a single or couple, this top-floor apartment would be just right.
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839 W 34th St: $1,100/month

Don't like the first apartment? Try the floor below. For a little less square footage and the same price, you get a bigger kitchen and an eat-in area for entertaining guests. The bathroom also has a stone walk-in shower.
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839 W 34th St: $1,100/month

Don't like the first apartment? Try the floor below. For a little less square footage and the same price, you get a bigger kitchen and an eat-in area for entertaining guests. The bathroom also has a stone walk-in shower.
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839 W 34th St: $1,100/month

Don't like the first apartment? Try the floor below. For a little less square footage and the same price, you get a bigger kitchen and an eat-in area for entertaining guests. The bathroom also has a stone walk-in shower.
Photograph: Zumper

3207 S May St, Apt #1: $1,150/month

Hey, look at this cute little gem and its bright brick digs. Aside from the in-unit laundry, the kitchen is definitely the best perk this first-floor apartment has going for it. There's tons of cabinet space and a granite counter that wraps around, creating a natural barrier for the dining area on the other side. There's even a separate island for even more work space. The recessed lighting tucked away in the ceiling makes for a sleek environment throughout the 800-square-foot pad as well.
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3207 S May St, Apt #1: $1,150/month

Hey, look at this cute little gem and its bright brick digs. Aside from the in-unit laundry, the kitchen is definitely the best perk this first-floor apartment has going for it. There's tons of cabinet space and a granite counter that wraps around, creating a natural barrier for the dining area on the other side. There's even a separate island for even more work space. The recessed lighting tucked away in the ceiling makes for a sleek environment throughout the 800-square-foot pad as well.
Photograph: Zumper

3207 S May St, Apt #1: $1,150/month

Hey, look at this cute little gem and its bright brick digs. Aside from the in-unit laundry, the kitchen is definitely the best perk this first-floor apartment has going for it. There's tons of cabinet space and a granite counter that wraps around, creating a natural barrier for the dining area on the other side. There's even a separate island for even more work space. The recessed lighting tucked away in the ceiling makes for a sleek environment throughout the 800-square-foot pad as well.
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Photograph: Zumper

3207 S May St, Apt #1: $1,150/month

Hey, look at this cute little gem and its bright brick digs. Aside from the in-unit laundry, the kitchen is definitely the best perk this first-floor apartment has going for it. There's tons of cabinet space and a granite counter that wraps around, creating a natural barrier for the dining area on the other side. There's even a separate island for even more work space. The recessed lighting tucked away in the ceiling makes for a sleek environment throughout the 800-square-foot pad as well.
Photograph: Zumper

2880 S Hillock Ave, Apt #2: $1,300/month

This three-bedroom flat is strictly for the lover of all things retro. The kitchen is done up in floral wallpaper fit for your grandmother, but there are lots of cabinets as well as ample counter space. Laundry is also on-site and the location is close to several local stores for quick trips doing errands.
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2880 S Hillock Ave, Apt #2: $1,300/month

This three-bedroom flat is strictly for the lover of all things retro. The kitchen is done up in floral wallpaper fit for your grandmother, but there are lots of cabinets as well as ample counter space. Laundry is also on-site and the location is close to several local stores for quick trips doing errands.
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