I used to use Bridge all the time with Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver before I moved to Adobe Lightroom for most of my image management and processing. The advantage of Bridge is that it previews images where they are, without the need to create a catalog. Your own organization scheme —or lack thereof— prevails. Photoshop CC has abandoned the mini-Bridge that was a more-or-less useless part of Photoshop CS6. Of course Bridge CC integrates with Adobe's on-line libraries, which are primarily targeted at workgroups and collaboration. For the standalone designer they may or may not be of use, depending on what you can afford.
And, though the posted price may be misleading, Bridge, as it always was, is free if you own/use an Adobe product like Photoshop CC, which can be had for $10 a month as part of the Photographers package, which includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC, a pretty good deal. Of course if you need other Adobe apps, like Dreamweaver or InDesign, they will cost you considerably more. I didn't notice until recently that InDesign and Dreamweaver CS6 are 32bit apps, which will eventually no longer be supported on macOS with version 10.15. Sigh. Who knew Adobe hadn't updated them to 64bit.