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1440 Robert Bradby Dr, Detroit, MI 48207
$1,015 - $1,200 | 2 - 3 Beds

(313) 263-3350

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3500 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48207
$1,285 - $2,078 | 1 - 3 Beds

(313) 221-5984

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76 W Adams Ave, Detroit, MI 48226
$1,250 - $2,000 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 499-0381

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8100-8106 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48214
$475 - $1,650 | Studio - 3 Beds

(313) 447-1170

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70 W Alexandrine St, Detroit, MI 48201
$1,050 - $1,400 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 483-9442

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3150 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
$949 - $2,846 | Studio - 3 Beds

(313) 662-9763

2160-2170 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48207
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(313) 736-5742

4830 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
Call for Rent | Studio - 4 Beds

(313) 346-5667

18450 W Chicago St, Detroit, MI 48228
$399 - $529 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 202-9924

7236 Rutland St, Detroit, MI 48228
$500 - $650 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 346-5012

24224 - 7 Mile Rd W, Detroit, MI 48219
$575 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 651-7554

22145 W McNichols Rd, Detroit, MI 48219
$525 - $625 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 528-4496

Circle Drive Commons
500 River Place Dr, Detroit, MI 48207
$1,065 - $2,053 | 1 - 3 Beds

(313) 499-0335

7815 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48214
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 528-4441

2001 Chene St, Detroit, MI 48207
$679 - $760 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 499-0198

5721 Saint Antoine St, Detroit, MI 48202
Call for Rent | 2 - 3 Beds

(313) 355-1585

1531 E Larned St, Detroit, MI 48207
$800 - $1,150 | 1 Bed

(313) 736-5739

Waters Edge
1214-1230 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226
$1,195 - $2,500 | 1 - 2 Beds

(810) 893-5715

1085 Van Dyke St, Detroit, MI 48214
$1,100 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 447-0586

3901 Grand River Ave, Detroit, MI 48208
$587 - $720 | 1 - 2 Beds

(313) 918-1644

1401 Chene St, Detroit, MI 48207
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(313) 499-0793

2716 Macomb St, Detroit, MI 48207
$750 - $1,500 | 1 - 4 Beds

(313) 736-5614

The Kales Building
1301 Orleans St, Detroit, MI 48207
$729 - $2,300 | Studio - 3 Beds

(313) 447-0854

111 Cadillac Sq, Detroit, MI 48226
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(313) 499-0334

550-560 Parkview Dr, Detroit, MI 48214
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(313) 651-7036

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Detroit

Detroit, MI Apartments for Rent

If you’ve ever heard of Motor City or Motown, then you’ve already heard of Detroit and know something about why it is so well known. As the most populous city in the state of Michigan, Detroit is also the largest U.S. city to border Canada, as it stretches across 142.87 square miles. Its fluctuating skyline sits just behind the glow of the Detroit River which connects to the Great Lakes.

Founded in 1701, Detroit was named by French colonists, after the Detroit River. In an effort to attract families to the area, free land was offered to colonists. In 1765 the population reached 800, making the settlement the largest city between Montreal and New Orleans. The population grew to 1,400 in another eight years, and by 1778, it was up to 2.144.

From 1805 to 1847, Detroit was the capital of Michigan, and was incorporated as a city in 1815. With its access to the Canadian border, Detroit was a key stop for refugee slaves seeking to gain freedom in the North along the Underground Railroad. During the late 19th century Detroit was referred to as the Paris of the West due to the architecture of the mansions which were being built in the area. In 1903 the Ford Motor Company was established in Detroit, making it the world’s automotive capital.

Things to Do in Detroit:

After choosing a Detroit apartment, do everything. There’s nightlife, museums, shopping, tours, great restaurants, and tons of events. There are almost too many things to do in Detroit.

The nightlife in Detroit is huge. There are lots of popular places around the city to grab a drink, show off your dance moves, watch some sports, or anything else you desire. Jazz lovers can spend all night at places like Cliff Bell’s and Exodus Rooftop Lounge as they indulge in the music and the drinks. Try your luck on the tables or the machines at the Greektown Casino or the MGM Grand Detroit Casino. Watch a great game on a one of the 3D HD flatscreens at Hockeytown Café. Make improv comedy a competition at ComedySportz Detroit.

With Detroit being known for lots of different reasons, it’s no surprise that this city has museums that are tailored toward so many things. Discover the various species of rare flora at the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. Visit the Automotive Hall of Fame to learn about those that pioneered and lead the automotive industry. Explore the world’s largest institution dedicated to the African American experience as you travel through the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. View the brilliant works of art from ancient to modern times at The Detroit Institute of Art. Discover new things about the shipping and maritime history of the Great Lakes at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum. Have fun getting a hands-on learning experience at the Michigan Science Center. You can’t be in Detroit without visiting Hitsville USA, otherwise known as the Motown Museum.

Shopping in Detroit is just as eclectic as the museums in Detroit, if not more. The amount of boutiques and independent shops in the city make the shopping scene fantastic. You’ll find some great items here that can’t be found anywhere else. John K. King Used and Rare Books is Michigan’s largest, rare-and-used book store with thousands of volumes. Fine art, antiques, and collectibles can be found and purchased at Dumouchelles Art Galleries. You’ve never been able to find handcrafted watches, bicycles, leather products, and journals before you came to Detroit and stopped by Shinola Detroit. NoJo Kicks has luxury sneakers, Henry the Hatter has custom made hats, and Blumz has award-winning fresh flowers which you can place in your home or give as a gift.

Moving to Detroit, you’ll want to explore as much as you possibly can to get to know your new city. Take one of the tours in Detroit to find out just a little bit more about your new home. Get an Old World feel as you explore downtown on one of Andre’s Carriage Tours. The Detroit Experience Factory is the perfect place for an enlightening and entertaining tour of Detroit by true Detroiters.  Customize a tour of Detroit for you and a group with Group Tours to Go. Hit the water with Diamond Jack’s River Tours.

Once again, the eclectic nature of the city is seen as you explore the restaurants in Detroit. American cuisine can be found all around Detroit. Places like Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern serve up fresh, hand-crafted, prime rib burgers, fries, milkshakes and beer, for a great American dining experience. Enjoy homemade pasta and delicious Italian dishes with a view at Andiamo Detroit Riverfront. Get authentic, traditional Greek cuisine from places like Golden Fleece and Santorini Estiatorio. Olga’s Kitchen and CK Mediterranean Grille & Catering offer the residents of Detroit fantastic Mediterranean fare.

What to Consider When Moving to Detroit:

Discover the five distinct districts that make up the full Detroit experience. When moving to an apartment in Detroit, it’s important to know exactly where you want to stay as the area you choose will be home for quite some time.

Downtown Detroit can be classified with three words: cosmopolitan, industrious, and cool, with an undulating skyline that displays the industry of the city as a mixture of high-life and casual. There are hundreds of amenities in this area of the city that residents can experience and love. You’ll love walking the riverfront.

The Dearborn/Wayne district is full of historic culture and diversity. The renowned Henry Ford museum is housed in this district. There is great Middle Eastern dining and tons of art to explore in Dearborn.

Greater Novi is the district for shopping. A trendy and friendly place, boutiques and malls, like Twelve Oaks, all around, shopaholics will love living here. Grab a bite to eat between shops at any of the eateries in the area. Greater Novi is also known for its world-class golf, cider mills, and Kensington Metropark.

Macomb is the active and laid back district of Detroit. With miles of shoreline, the residents here are all about the water. There is always boating, fishing, hiking, golfing, and skiing taking place here. There are also many places to stop for shopping, food, drinks, and nightlife.

Oakland is the posh living district of Detroit. The cafes, great outdoors, dessert shops, and entertainment available in this area are enough to make you blow your mind. With tree-lined suburban streets and quiet neighborhoods, the scene in the “downtown” area is jumping all day and night.

Why Detroit Apartments Are Hot:

Detroit is a truly beautiful and lively city with lots of things to do and discover. From the glimmering waters that wash up on the riverfront, the unique and rare shopping experiences, the wide variety of museums, to the palette pleasing cuisine, Detroit has it all. Detroit apartments place you in the midst of all the greatness that is Detroit.  Come live among remarkable historic landmarks and enjoy the fruits of the industry. Moving to Detroit will be the best decision you’ve ever made and you’ll know it every time you step out of your Detroit apartment.

Why Detroit?

  • The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, the only international wildlife preserve in North America, uniquely located in the heart of a major metropolitan area
  • One of the largest surviving collections of late 19th and early 20th century buildings in the US, many on the National Register
  • The Eastern Market, a vibrant foodie’s bazaar with 43 acres of open-air stalls offering fresh produce, flowers and homemade jams from farmers in Michigan, Ohio and Canada
  • Ball games at Comerica Park, Ford Field or Joe Louis Arena
  • A venture to Lafayette Coney Island to enjoy Detroit’s semi-official food, the Coney
  • A sunset stroll along the Detroit RiverWalk, part of the new 31-acre Tricentennial State Park

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