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Featured Apartments in Bridgeport, CT
24 Hour emergency maintenance leasing office on-site
Bridgeport CT, 06610
"VERY NICE STUDIO, 1BR, 2BR , ELEVATOR BUILDINGS, PARKING AVAILABLE, HARDWOOD FLOORS, LAUNDRY ON PREMISES"
Bridgeport CT, 06605
Renovated 2-story Townhouse... New Appliances...Yard Area...2 & 4 bedroom apartments available
Bridgeport CT, 06608
Apt with EVERYTHING included 'cept phone
Bridgeport CT, 06610
RENT INCLUDES HEAT, HOT WATER, AND GAS FOR COOKING...Owner/Managed...Convenient to I-95 and Merritt Parkway...Convenient to Shopping...Convenient to Schools...
Bridgeport CT, 06460
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Overview of Bridgeport
Nestled in the heart of the Long Island Sound, the city of Bridgeport is the most populous city in the state of Connecticut, but still maintains the quaint atmosphere of a small town. Comprised of 13 distinctive neighborhoods and full of proud community spirit, it is easy to see why Bridgeport apartments for rent have become such a hot commodity. Coastal access, an appreciation for the arts and a pro-business attitude are just some of the reasons why it is the most sought-after city in Connecticut. According to City-Data, the city has seen a growth in population from 2000 to 2010, indicating that Bridgeport is a place that many families want to be a part of.
Living in Bridgeport, CT
Bridgeport was originally part of the township of Stratford, with its first recorded settlements beginning in 1659. However, Bridgeport did not become a city in its own right until 1836. The city quickly became known for its shipbuilding and whaling industries throughout the 19th century. Due to its ideal geographic location along the Long Island Sound, Bridgeport has always attracted both visitors and residents for centuries. Today, the city has morphed into Connecticut's largest and most well-known hub for dining, entertainment, culture and business. According to information from the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau, the city is home to more than 144,000 residents, and that number is expected to grow as more people in the New England area discover what this charming city has to offer.
Bridgeport Attractions and Special Events
This town is perhaps best known for its commitment to promoting arts in the community, so it should come as no surprise that the area's biggest annual event is the Bridgeport Arts Fest held during the summer. Each year, a celebration in Bridgeport is held that features original artwork and crafts, live entertainment and demonstrations and food and drinks.
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