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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF||Available|
|Studio Studio 0 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||15||543 SF||None of these are available.|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||15||886 SF||None of these are available.|
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|Studio Studio Studio||504-553 Sq Ft||$650||$896||$1,175|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Bed||622-676 Sq Ft||$750||$1,000||$1,275|
|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Beds||934-1099 Sq Ft||$900||$1,447||$1,700|
About Landmark Apartments
Steps away from the Bridgeport Transportation Center: Train, Port Jefferson Ferry, Bus and close to I-95, Merritt, Route 8/25 - easy access to nearby cities: Norwalk, Stamford, NYC and New Haven. Complete renovation of the historic Mechanics & Farmers Bank building in the heart of Downtown Bridgeport. Located next to the People's United Bank Headquarters and directly across from McLevy Green Park.
Amenities & Expenses
- Controlled Access
- Disposal Chutes
- Air Conditioning
- Smoke Free
- Cable Ready
- Granite Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Island Kitchen
|Monday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to 5 PM|
No Pets Allowed
Surface Lot: $50
- •Built in 1907
- •Renovated in Dec 2014
- •30 Units/3 Stories
- •Controlled Access
- •Disposal Chutes
- •Air Conditioning
- •Smoke Free
- •Cable Ready
- •Granite Countertops
- •Stainless Steel Appliances
- •Island Kitchen
Apartment Reviews at Landmark Apartments
Perfect apartment for both my wife and I.
Our place is in a renovated historical building in the phenomenal location of Downtown Bridgeport. It's right in front of McLevy Green where numerous events, festivals, and concerts are held. We're minutes away from Webster Bank Arena and Housatonic Community College. Also, right across the street from us is the Metro North Railroad which is what I use to commute to work. There are plenty of local restaurants such as Ralph and Rich's, Joe's Steak House, and El Pueblito. (Their empanadas are amazing!) Parking is close by and the area is safe. We have very secure entry into our building as well as into our apartment. It's literally impossible to lock ourselves out! But if we did we know the people at the management office will be there. They're right down the block in case we need anything. The only thing truly missing from the area is a supermarket that used to be here but has since closed down. Regardless, This is my first apartment that I've ever lived in and I could not be happier. It's a great size for two with matte blue accent walls and hardwood floors with carpeting in the bedroom. The space is more than we thought it would be, we're not bumping into walls or anything of the sort and the kitchen has stainless steel appliances with a huge farmhouse styled sink, granite counter tops, and a bar. The bedroom space was more than enough to fit our queen size bed and included a laundry area with a washer/dryer all-in-one in our closet. One of the features we love about our place is the sliding doors to our bedroom and our closets. The living room space has enough space for our gaming entertainment center, bookcases, large sectional couch, as well as our two computer desks from Ikea. The only huge downfall of this apartment is the bathroom, the tub honestly feels very small, and we're only allotted a certain amount of hot water due to having a small tank. I was hoping to take some nice long hot showers but the most i can do is about a good 10-15 minute shower before it starts cooling down. That and all appliances are electric, including the stove. Still, besides those short comings, we love this apartment and I couldn't be happier for it to be my first place to rent.
Nice Apartments But
1- Nice and Cozy apartments 2- They increase the rent every year. 3- You can smell weeds in the hallway , management dose not care !! 4- Landlord is just so complicated and she is worst I have known. 5- Bulding is not clean most of the time. 6- Managements are not good, they don't care and they don't listen to complain. 7- Electric bill is super high $250 .
Neighborhood - Downtown Bridgeport
East Coast commuters and residents seeking a central location clamor for property in the compact, walkable neighborhood of Downtown Bridgeport. Here, the historic stone buildings of McLevy Square stand just blocks from the towering glass People's United Bank building, creating an appealing blend of old-world charm and modern convenience.
The multi-story buildings along Downtown Bridgeport's wide streets contain an array of lofts and apartments, many constructed after the year 2000. A well-maintained network of sidewalks makes it easy for residents to gather at Trattoria 'A Vucchella before making the short stroll to the Downtown Cabaret Theatre or the WebsterBank Arena.
From its position in the center of Bridgeport, the downtown neighborhood offers easy access to cities up and down the coast. New Haven lies 20 miles to the northeast, and New York City sits 60 miles southeast.
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