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Below is some general information about Bridgeview:
Bridgeview is a village in Cook County, Illinois, in the United States. It is located approximately 13 miles southwest of the Chicago Loop. As of the 2010 census, the village population was 16,446. Bridgeview is home to the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. The earliest settlement in Bridgeview occurred in the 1830s, when the area was still populated by Native American groups. By the 1870s German and Italian settlers began moving into the area for farming purposes. Dutch migrated to the area by the 1920s, at which time farming began to decline; real estate and industry began to develop the area considerably. After Lake Michigan water became available to the area, the population grew significantly. The Bridgeview Community Club was founded in 1938 and became the center of local activities. Bridgeview was incorporated in 1947 with an initial population of approximately 500 residents. Local residents chose the name Bridgeview by one vote over Oketo, which remains a street name in the village today. The term Bridgeview connotes views of the area from the Harlem Avenue bridge, 79th Street bridge and 87th Street bridge. Arab Americans are a growing presence, making up 7 percent of the population in 2000. In 1981, an Islamic social club was established and by 1984 it had become a mosque. Two Islamic schools in Bridgeview educate hundreds of students from K-12. Bridgeview’s motto is A Well Balanced Community, as the village’s zoning is divided equally into residential, commercial, and industrial areas. Its proximity to Chicago’s Midway Airport and downtown, along with access to major highways, has made it a crossroads of the inner southwest suburbs. The Fifth District Circuit Court of Cook County is located in Bridgeview near 103rd Street and 76th Avenue.
Bridgeview is served by a few different grade school districts.Most elementary and middle school students attend schools in Indian Springs District 109. Other are split between Summit District 104, and North Palos District 117.Most high school students go on to Argo Community High School District 217. Others attend Consolidated High School District 230 Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in Palos Hills as well as Oak Lawn Community High School. Bridgeview is in Illinois’ 3rd congressional district.
Bridgeview has become the home of the Chicago Fire professional Major League Soccer team, whose stadium was funded by the village of Bridgeview and is operated by the Fire’s parent company, Andell Holdings. Toyota Park is home to not only the Fire, but also the Fire Reserves, Chicago Fire Premier, and the Chicago Red Stars of Women’s Professional Soccer. Toyota Park hosted the 2006 Major League Soccer All-Star Game, and continues to be a premier venue for important concerts. The village has developed a plan to have a mixed commercial and residential zone near the stadium to give the town a commercial and residential hub near the stadium. Development has not yet been approved. The village of Bridgeview also has an indoor football team called the Bridgeview Red Devils. The team joined the United States Indoor Football League for the 2009 season.
Bridgeview’s Harlem Avenue is a major center of Arab American cultural life. Numerous self-owned businesses create an atmosphere similar to that of some Arab diaspora communities across the world. Businesses include ethnic grocery stores, hookah lounges, the United Trust Arab Bank, and Middle Eastern sweet shops. Mosques and Christian Arab churches can be found along the avenue. Land values rose in the area surrounding the Bridgeview Mosque Foundation, reflecting high demand by Muslims to live near the mosque and adjacent private schools. On average, the value of vacant lots are comparable to wealthier southern and southwestern Chicago suburbs such as Orland Hills and Palos Park.
Source: Bridgeview on Wikipedia