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Bridgeport, Connecticut, affectionately known as "Park City," is Connecticut's most densely populated city. As the name suggests, Bridgeport is a major port that offers bountiful opportunities to its residents. Take advantage of these opportunities and contact us to find your condo in Bridgeport, CT.

This beautiful city has diverse cultures and history, reflected in its art, museums, and cuisines. The presence of this vibrant culture ensures that no matter who you are and what your interests are, Bridgeport presents a magical space of activities and entertainment that begs your participation.



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Before European colonizers arrived in modern-day Bridgeport, the Paugussett Native American tribe inhabited the area, which is an ancient Paugusett burial ground. The Paugussett people called the area Pequonnock, which means "Cleared Land." The first Europeans arrived here in 1644 and settled in the Stratfield district, along U.S. Route 1. This route was known as King's Highway. European colonizers settled in the area between modern-day North Avenue, bordered by Park and Briarwood Avenues. Early residents focused on fishing and farming, as the Paugusset people did. By 1695, the area became known as Stratfield. By 1800, the village in modern-day Bridgeport became known as the Borough of Bridgeport. Bridgeport Bank was established in 1806, and the township of Bridgeport became independent of Stratford in 1821. The Bridgeport Steamship Company was incorporated in 1824, and the Bridgeport Whaling Company in 1833. P.T. Barnum was elected mayor of Bridgeport in 1875, and the town was the winter headquarters of the Barnum and Bailey Circus. The city experienced an economic boom due to the Civil War as it had many iron foundries and factories manufacturing firearms, metallic cartridges, and more. For 40 years after 1870, the city was the major industrial center of Connecticut. This significant industrialization led to the city's population growing from 25,000 to over 100,000. Many of the new residents were Irish, Slovaks, Hungarians, Germans, English, and Italian immigrants.

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Things to do in Bridgeport

Things to do in Bridgeport

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Bridgeport provides its residents with an overwhelming range of activities and attractions, such as:

The Beardsley Zoo. This zoo has over 300 animals and is the only zoo in the state. It is divided into five areas: the Walk-Through Aviary, Alligator Alley, Rainforest Building, Pampas Plains, and New England Farmyard. The zoo also has the Peacock Café to satisfy your hunger and thirst after a busy day of animal-watching.

The Adventure Park. This park, which is just outside the Discovery Museum and Planetarium, is the state's largest aerial adventure park. You can take a walk along any of the 13 treetop trails and 180 challenges with difficulty levels for all ages. The park also has an outdoor ax-throwing area.

Seaside Park. This park is Bridgeport's best waterfront destination where people can take a swim, play volleyball, have a picnic, and even sail or kayak. It stretches across three miles of coastline and is home to Fayerweather Island, a natural wildlife preserve, and sports an Instagram-worthy lighthouse that dates back to the 1820s.

Monger's Market. This market offers a collection of eclectic and unique items. It is inside a large warehouse on Railroad Avenue featuring all types of antiques, from China sets to industrial salvage items. So whether you want furniture, jewelry, or quirky decorative items, Monger's Market most likely has that fantastic object to add to your collection.

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The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, is 19.4 square miles in size, with average temperatures in January of 28.9 °F and 73.7 °F in July. The city has two harbors, namely the main Bridgeport Harbor and the Black Rock Harbor. It also has 20 neighborhoods divided into five geographic areas: Downtown, the East Side, the North End, the South End, and the West Side.

Bridgeport demographics

Bridgeport demographics

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The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, has about 146,000 people. Of this number, 82.3% are United States Citizens, and 30.3% were born outside the country. Of the people living in Bridgeport, 47,000 are Black or African American, 29,600 are Hispanic, and 29,300 are white. In addition, there are around 4,870 Asian people and 242 Native Americans and Alaskan Native people who live in the city.

Bridgeport's median household income is about $46,000, with males earning an average income of 1.42 times more than females. However, females in Bridgeport earn roughly $66,000, with the 0.502 income inequality level being a little higher than the national average.

Bridgeport employs roughly 67,500 people in the most prominent industries such as accommodation and food services, health care and social assistance, and retail trade. The industries offering the highest salaries are public administration, utilities, and management of companies and enterprises.

Here, the median property value is close to $175,000, with property taxes of roughly $3,000. This median property value is much lower than the national average, which is just over $240,000, creating the ideal market to buy your Bridgeport condo. Additionally, 41.8% of the residents in Bridgeport own a home, and the average amount of cars per household is two.

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Arts in Bridgeport

Arts in Bridgeport

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Bridgeport, Connecticut, is chockablock full of arts and entertainment. It sports a range of performance and theater venues. The Downtown Cabaret Theatre showcases theater performances, The Stress Factory highlights comedy, the Klein Memorial Auditorium is home to the Bridgeport Symphony, the Total Mortgage Arena hosts sporting events and concerts, and the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater is an outdoor concert venue.

The city also has museums that store the stories of the past that are fascinating enough to be best sellers. The town offers the Discovery Museum and Planetarium exhibits on science, the Housatonic Museum of Art at the Housatonic Community College, and the Barnum Museum, which celebrates P.T. Barnum, circuses, and Bridgeport's history. The city also has the Beardsley Zoo, which is Connecticut's largest.

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Schools in Bridgeport

Schools in Bridgeport

Families are always after educational amenities, and there is no shortage in Bridgeport. The public school system comprises 30 elementary schools, three comprehensive high schools, two alternative programs, and an interdistrict vocational aquaculture school. These institutions teach close to 21,000 students every year in the second-largest school system in the state. Bridgeport's public high schools are Bassick High School, Central High School, and Warren Harding High School, with the International Baccalaureate Program (IBO) and the Health Magnet Program. Bridgeport also has the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School (BRVAS), specializing in marine and aquaculture, Bullard-Havens Technical High School, and The Bridge Academy. Higher education opportunities are also readily accessible. You'll find the University of Bridgeport, Housatonic Community College, and St. Vincent's College available if you want to follow your life's calling. Suppose you prefer to delve into a deeper cultural, educational experience, then the Yeshiva Gedola of Bridgeport in the Bridgeport Community Kollel offers a rabbinic fellowship program. The University of Bridgeport also has the Ernest C. Trefz School of Business, which delivers undergraduate and graduate programs.

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Why Bridgeport?

Why Bridgeport?

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Bridgeport, Connecticut, gains its charm from its rich history, humble beginnings, and beautiful natural surroundings. If you are looking for a big city with a small-town vibe, Bridgeport is the place to be. But besides this, the town offers bountiful activities and schooling options. So, if you're considering buying a condo in Bridgeport, Connecticut, we suggest that you contact us today to find your new home.

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