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Bridgeview Population: 16,394

Total Males: 8,195
Total Females: 8,199
Median Household Income: $50,727
Total Households: 5,679

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Brief Information About Bridgeview


Bridgeview is located in Cook County and it’s a beautiful village. It has elementary schools and high schools as well.

The main economic activities includes, advertising, accounts, supplying computer parts, manufacturing auto parts, supplying household materials, architects, manufacturing bathroom materials, publishing books, business consultants, manufacturing boxes, carpet cleaning services, commercial printing, computer graphics, dry cleaning, funeral designing and planning, insurance and law.

Bridgeview is the home of the Major League soccer team. It has separate commercial and residential zone. Harlem Avenue is one of the chief attractions of Bridgeview. Here you’ll find a mix of Arab and American life. 







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