Apartment Rentals in Bridgeport, CT

Welcome to Bridgeport CT Apartments!

For over 40 years, Bridgeport CT Apartments,
a family owned and operated business, has been renting quality apartments in the City of Bridgeport at affordable rental rates.

We employ a full time office, leasing,
and maintenance staff to satisfy all of your requests.

We have over 10 complexes in the Bridgeport, CT area, all with apartment rentals available. All of our units house high quality apartments, all at affordable rental rates. We employ a full time office staff, leasing agents, and maintenance staff, available for you when you need them. We are proud to say that we are the leaders in Bridgeport, CT apartment rentals.

If you are in search of apartments for rent,
please contact us for more information.





Finding quality apartments in the perfect area can be a daunting and difficult task. With us, it doesn't have to be! Because we have multiple complexes with quality rental apartments available, our staff can help to fit you in the perfect apartment, in the perfect location. If you are relocation to Bridgeport, CT and you want to live around places you will enjoy and benefit from, don't worry! Our apartments are located near a variety of attractions in the area!

Things to do and see in Bridgeport:

Areana at Harbor Yard: The recently-built Arena at Harbor Yard serves as the city's sports and hospitality center. Seating 10,000, the Arena serves as the home rink of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL hockey team, as well as the home court of the Fairfield University's basketball team.

Ballpark at Harbor Yard: The Ballpark at Harbor Yard serves as a minor-league baseball stadium, and was built in 1998 to serve as the homefield of the Bridgeport Bluefish. It is located downtown on a former Brownfield site, and is visually prominent to commuters on I-95 or on passing trains.

Gathering of the Vibes: Bridgeport has been the annual home to Gathering of the Vibes, a weekend long arts, music and camping festival featuring some of the best names in festival talent. In 1999, 2000, and 2007 through 2010, thousands of people have come from all over the world to camp in Seaside Park and enjoy such talent as Buddy Guy, Bob Weir and Ratdog, Deep Banana Blackout, Les Claypool, Assembly of Dust, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Los Lobos and Bridgeport's own The Alternate Routes.

Black Rock Art Center: Bridgeport is also the home of the Black Rock Art Center, a multi-cultural center that presents performing artists from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and the Americas both at the Art Center and also in a Summer Sounds of the World concert series. The series has featured such artists as blues musician James Cotton, Grammy-award winner Eddie Palmieri, the Cambodian Angkor Dance Company, salsa master Larry Harlow, and folk artists Richie Havens and Odetta. The Art Center features a world music series, a cabaret series, the Black Rock Blues Festival, in addition to cinema, gallery, and educational programs.

Discovery Museum and Planetarium: The Discovery Museum and Planetarium emphasizes exhibits on science, with the state's only Challenger Center, affiliated with the national space program.

Housatonic Museum of Art: Housatonic Museum of Art is located at Housatonic Community College, has the largest collection of art of any two-year college in the nation.

Barnum Museum: The Barnum Museum celebrates the showman, circuses and Bridgeport history.

Beardsley Zoo: The Beardsley Zoo is the only such center in Connecticut.

Kennedy Stadium: serves as a community sports facility. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, it was the home of an Atlantic Coast Football League minor league football team, the Bridgeport Jets, a New York Jets farm team also known locally as the Hi-Ho Jets due to their sponsorship by the (Hi-Ho) D'Addario construction company.

Fairfield University: The Fairfield University is located in the neighboring town of Fairfield, and many of the athletic teams play on campus. Only the men's and women's basketball teams play in Bridgeport.