Head a little south of downtown and you'll find Chicago's historic Bronzeville neighborhood. Home of the Bud Billikin Day Parade, the U.S.' second largest annual parade, as well as a plethora of other important events for the trajectory of black history. Located south of Chinatown, along the shores of Lake Michigan, Bronzeville apartments lie mostly within the bounds of the Douglas and partially within the Grand Boulevard community area. U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, is on the boundary of Bronzeville, and the IIT campus is located within it. The CTA's Red and Green line 'L' trains serve Bronzeville.
Bronzeville residents are predominantly renters in mid to high-rise complexes with 50 or more apartments. Renters seeking an apartment can expect to pay upwards of $1,000 to $1,500 for an apartment close to IIT with nice amenities.
Bronzeville is a product of the great migration that occurred during the early 20th…
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