Conveniently centered between the Dan Ryan Expressway and Lake Michigan’s breathtaking views along Lake Shore Drive putting residents minutes from a bustling Downtown and a few blocks from Hyde Park’s small-town charm, Bronzeville is a community on the rebound. Offering a growing array of chic, new housing opportunities, local shops, cafes, art galleries, and professional services, Bronzeville is called home by an emerging population of Chicago’s young, hip professionals. Bronzeville represents an attractive nexus of high-quality living, endless business opportunity, affordability and convenience that’s unparalleled in the City.
Hot Housing Developments
- LakePark Crescent
4060 S. Oakenwald Avenue
- Oakwood Shores
3859 S. Vincennes Avenue
Food, Fun & Fitness
- Aint She Sweet Café
4532 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
- C’Esti Bon
Restaurant & Catering
643 E. 47TH Street
- Bronzeville Coffee & Tea
528 E. 43rd Street
- Rick’s Munchies
Wifi Internet Café/Lunch
3511 S. Martin Luther King Drive
- Mama Lou’s Comfort Kitchen
124 E. 35th Street
- Pearl’s Place
3901 S. Michigan Avenue
- Room 43
1043 E. 43rd Street
- Gallery Guichard
African American Art Gallery
3521 S. Martin Luther King Drive
- South Side Community Art Center
African American Art Gallery
3831 S. Michigan Avenue
- Faie African Art
4317 S. Cottage Grove Avenue
- Harold Washington Cultural Center
African American Arts & Entertainment
4701 S. Martin Luther King Drive
- XSport Fitness
819 S. State Street
- Bally’s Sport’s Club
1301 E. 47th Street
- Bronzeville Merchants Association
- Bronzeville Chamber of Commerce
- Bronzeville Business Association
- Bronzeville Historical Society
- Abraham Lincoln Center
- Chicago Urban League Headquarters
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- Illinois College of Optometry
- John Carruther’s Center for Inner City Studies
Northeastern Illinois University
Relevant Blog Posts
Spring is inches away, but it’s helpful to analyze the South Side’s winter real estate activity to keep track of how our local housing market is progressing. Over the month of March, we’ll be analyzing sales stats for 3+ bedroom, 2+ bathroom single family homes and condos on Chicago’s South Side. Our focus is on a four-month period, stretching from Nov.1, 2010 through today. This week we’re exploring Bronzeville and Hyde Park/Kenwood.
Most people know that FHA mortgage loans allow you to borrow money for a home not only at great interest rates (below 5%) but also a VERY low down payment that’s now set at 3.5%. Many readers may have purchased a single family home, townhouse or condo with an FHA loan or know someone who has. And you don’t have to be a first-time homebuyer! But that’s not all you can buy with an FHA 203K loan. Read on…
Lake Meadows, an apartment community bordered by 31st and 35th Streets and King Drive, offers residents an unbelievable paradise. Read on to find out why!
Are You Tired of Renting and Ready to Buy? Come to the Chicago Urban League's Free First Time Home Buyer Education Class! Register Today!
A dramatic proposal by Draper & Kramer Inc. to redevelop the Lake Meadows apartment complex on the Near South Side was approved Thursday by the Chicago Plan Commission.
The Bronzeville Area Residents and Commerce Council will target two precincts for a liquor store ban referendum in the November election.