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1911 Golfview Dr, Troy, MI 48084
$1,040 - $1,635 | 1 - 3 Beds

(248) 686-2936

Updated 2 weeks ago
2260-2480 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48084
$715 - $1,425 | Studio - 3 Beds

(248) 686-0619

Updated 1 week ago
2860 Charter Blvd, Troy, MI 48083
$850 - $1,460 | 1 - 3 Beds

(248) 850-1952

Updated 2 weeks ago
2127 N Lovington Dr, Troy, MI 48083
$820 - $1,230 | 1 - 2 Beds

(248) 721-9951

Updated 2 weeks ago
Somerset Park
2751 Melcombe Cir, Troy, MI 48084
$1,415 - $3,690 | 1 - 3 Beds

(248) 260-2801

Updated 46 minutes ago
500 Coachman Dr, Troy, MI 48083
$815 - $1,120 | 1 - 2 Beds

(248) 686-0590

Updated 8 hours ago
1070 Villa Park Dr, Troy, MI 48085
$1,070 - $1,075 | 3 Beds

(248) 686-3681

Updated 4 days ago
907-909 Minnesota Dr, Troy, MI 48083
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(248) 686-2932

Updated 2 weeks ago
3100 Glouchester Ave, Troy, MI 48084
$925 | 1 - 3 Beds

(248) 686-0660

Updated 2 weeks ago
2330 John R Rd, Troy, MI 48083
$1,021 - $1,450 | Studio - 2 Beds

(248) 686-2937

Updated 2 weeks ago
4154 Three Oaks Blvd, Troy, MI 48098
$1,015 - $1,084 | 2 Beds
Updated 5 days ago
2200 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48084
$759 - $964 | 1 - 2 Beds
Updated 2 weeks ago
1261 Kirts Blvd, Troy, MI 48084
$934 | 2 Beds
Updated 2 weeks ago
2410-2472 Crooks Rd, Troy, MI 48084
$894 - $930 | 2 Beds
Updated 2 weeks ago
671-707 Kirts Blvd, Troy, MI 48084
$835 | 1 Bed
Updated 2 weeks ago


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Troy, MI Apartments for Rent

The city of Troy, Michigan – a suburb of Detroit – ranks as the 11th-largest city in the state by population, and the largest city within its home of Oakland County. Troy has become a major commercial destination in the Metro Detroit area.

Ranked the fifth-safest city in the nation, as well as the safest in Michigan, Troy has been ranked 22nd on a list of the nation’s “Best Places to Live” by CNN Money, based on housing, quality of education, economic strength, and recreational opportunities. The publication also ranked Troy as the fourth most-affordable American city with a median household income of $79,000.

While families prosper here in Troy, the city is also a vibrant business center, particularly in the automotive and financial sectors, and is home to a number of major companies such as Bank of America, Behr America, Delphi, DuPont Automotive, and J. D. Power and Associates.

Residents come for the opportunities and stay for the quality of life. Located in the busy northern Detroit suburbs, Troy is home to more than 81,000 residents who enjoy world-class dining, more than 900 acres of parklands, and the upscale Somerset Collection mall.

Things to Do in Troy:

After choosing an apartment in Troy, be sure to make one of your first stops the Troy Historic Village. The village consists of 10 original buildings, furnished from artifacts from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The village hosts special events, blacksmithing classes, guided tours, woodcarving workshops, and more.

Both residents and tourists enjoy the Troy Historical Museum, a town square-like museum chronicling the different stages of Troy’s progression from first inhabitant up to today. Located behind the old City Hall building, the museum is open year-round.

Even though Troy is a major city – Michigan’s 11th largest – it still offers plenty of green space to explore. Troy is home to a variety of neighborhood and community parks that offer ball fields, baseball diamonds, disc golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, walking paths, playgrounds, fishing, and picnic areas. The Troy Skate Park is a 10,000-foot playground for skateboarders, complete with grind boxes, rails, quarter and half pipes, and wedges. The Troy Community Center is located on the south end of the skate park.

The Stage Nature Center is a terrific park with nature trails, 145 species of wildlife, boulder formations, picnic areas, and the headwaters of the Rouge River. The nature center is also the location of music events and festivals.

Shoppers will love living in Troy! The Somerset Collection mall features a skywalk and over 180 stores. This upscale shopping mall attracts visitors from all over the Detroit area and resembles a light, breezy greenhouse. This mall contains luxury stores such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Neiman Marcus, Ralph Lauren, Vera Bradley, Tiffany, and Saks Fifth Avenue.

The Oakland Mall is also located in Troy, and it is also super-regional. The Oakland mall offers roughly 120 stores on 1,500,000 square feet. Oakland Mall is anchored by JCPenney, Macy’s, and Sears. With the tag line, “Where Families Shop,” Oakland Mall offers a variety of familiar stores, such as Hot Topic, the Limited, rue21, and Charlotte Russe.

The Motor City Brew Tours is a fun night out for adults that includes several area breweries and brew pubs. Tours include walking tours, short bus tours, long (overnight) bus tours, and bike tours. Private tours are also available.

What to Consider When Moving to Troy:

Troy is a thriving center of business, particularly in the automobile and finance industries, and is a major center for a number of major companies, including Bank of America, Behr America, Delphi, DuPont Automotive, Flagstar Bank, J. D. Power and Associates, Kelly Services, the Kresge Foundation, SAE International and Ziebart.

Troy is home to two of the nation’s largest Protestant churches, Kensington Community Church and Woodside Bible Church. The Top of Troy is the city’s tallest building with offices of PNC Financial Services.

The city boasts exemplary schools; the Troy School District has a 99 percent graduation rate, with 95 percent of those students going on to higher education and two percent going on to military service. Both Troy High School and Athens High School were named to the list of The 1000 Most Outstanding High Schools in the United States by Newsweek magazine.

Why Troy Apartments Are Hot:

Troy isn’t just a great place to live – it is thriving! As a major suburb of Detroit, Troy is home to a wide variety of businesses, including Delphi, Behr, JD Power and Associates, Meritor, SAE International, Ziebart, and more. Troy is also one of the nation’s most affordable cities.

If you have kids, the school system alone should have you moving to an apartment in Troy – the Troy School District has six national blue ribbon and 13 State Exemplary Schools. The shopping is fantastic, and Troy is just a short distance from Downtown Detroit. And in 2011, Troy was named the safest city in Michigan. And if all of that isn’t enough to have you searching for apartments in Troy, this city is home to several major colleges and universities, including Central Michigan University, Walsh College, and Spring Arbor University.

Why Troy?

  • Troy has been named one of the safest cities in the nation and a top place to live.
  • The Troy Historical Museum contains 10 original, complete buildings and artifacts dating back to the first settlers.
  • Several businesses call Troy home, including Bank of America and PNC Financial.
  • The Troy School District has an impressive graduation rate and many national blue-ribbon schools.
  • Troy’s impressive park system includes tennis courts, golf courses, a nature center, and playgrounds.
  • Cranbrook is a 319-acre National Historic Landmark campus open for guided and self-guided tours.

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