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Renters’ Guide to Bronzeville

Home to the Marx Brothers and steeped in rich jazz history, Bronzeville sits on the south side of Chicago in an underdeveloped section that is growing fast thanks to its newly revitalized beaches, nature trails, and the 31st Street Harbor, which received a Fabien Cousteau Blue Award for its energy-efficient construction. Bronzeville, Chicago is 5-miles south of the job-laden Chicago Loop. With Lake Michigan to its east, Hyde Park to the south, and Bridgeport to the west, Bronzeville offers a delightful mix of eager new business fronts, world-famous monuments, and classic Victorian Era architecture – in other words, it’s an affordable neighborhood for young up-and-comings to settle down and call home.

Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Demographics

  • Total Population23,626
  • Female 10,540
    Male 13,086
  • Median Age33.1

Cost of Living in Bronzeville, Chicago

The cost of living in Bronzeville is comparable to the rest of Chicago, but prices are projected to increase soon due to the area’s fast-rising popularity. A meal for two at a mid-range restaurant is $60.00 ($10.00 more than the national average), and the cost of utilities for a 915-square foot apartment is $130.66, which is $18.00 less than the national norm.

Most Bronzeville residents bike, drive, or use the CTA. The CTA handles public transportation to Bronzeville, and the Red and Green lines have over a dozen routes traveling throughout the neighborhood. The average cost of a bus ticket in Bronzeville is $2.00, and the average commute time in Bronzeville is 24 minutes, a full minute faster than the national average.

Average Rent in Bronzeville, Chicago, IL

  • Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Average Rental Price, January, 2018$1,386/mo
  • Studio$882
  • 1 Bedroom$1,352
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,473
  • Studio$1,233
  • 1 Bedroom$1,745
  • 2 Bedroom$2,318

Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $501-$7005%
  • $701-$1,00019%
  • $1,001-$1,50038%
  • $1,501-$2,00028%
  • > $2,0009%

Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
January, 2018 $1,386 $882 $1,352 $1,473
Jan / 2017 $1,371 $915 $1,289 $1,530
Sept / 2016 $1,324 $923 $1,322 $1,505
May / 2016 $1,320 $825 $1,274 $1,582
Jan / 2016 $1,314 $863 $1,248 $1,489
Sept / 2015 $1,297 $779 $1,238 $1,744
May / 2015 $1,256 $816 $1,175 $1,530
Jan / 2015 $1,216 $800 $1,159 $1,435
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Average rent is projected to grow by 3% in 2017 compared to 2016.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 606096061560653

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Living in Bronzeville

Living in Bronzeville gives you access to tremendous cultural works, and the parking is excellent. However, a recent influx of abandoned properties could be one of the reasons not to live in Bronzeville.

Things to do in Bronzeville

There’s an abundance of fun things to do in Bronzeville. Family attractions in Bronzeville include the Bronzeville Children’s Museum (for African-American cultural teachings) and Ellis Park, which has a full-sized pool, gymnasium, and workout facilities in its Arts and Recreation Center. Other cultural attractions and points of interest include the Victory Monument, and the Stephen A. Douglas Tomb.

For the best places to eat in Bronzeville, check out the Southern delicacies at Pearl’s Place, the smoked specialties at Honey 1 BBQ, and the upscale soul food at Chicago’s Home of Chicken & Waffles. “Shop-o-holics” will especially enjoy the Lake Meadows Shopping Center.

Employment and Economy

Bronzeville is currently undergoing a massive revitalization effort that focuses primarily on the retail and hospitality industries. An official redevelopment plan is in effect until 2022, at which point the area will be fully transformed into a thriving tourism haven that capitalizes on its rich jazz history. In the meantime, residents primarily commute to the Chicago Loop.

Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Households

  • Total Number of Households10,484
  • Family 4,925
    Non-family 5,559
  • Children 3,009
    No Children 7,475
  • Average People Per Household2.1
  • Median Household Income$32,284
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$891

Education in Bronzeville

The Illinois Institute of Technology and the Northeastern Illinois University offer two exciting and different career-training options, and the Bronzeville Scholastic Institute engages students with an abundance of college preparation courses. The Chicago Military Academy, located at the Eighth Regiment Armory, supplies a 4-year high school educational experience with rigid discipline.

Bronzeville, Chicago, IL Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School33%
  • Some College25%
  • Associate Degree5%
  • Bachelor Degree17%
  • Graduate Degree16%

Tips for Renting in Bronzeville

If you are moving to Bronzeville, know that your landlord may only enter your apartment between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., and they must have given two days’ written notice. Also, be prepared for one of the quickest commutes in all of Chicago!

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