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Studio to 3 bedrooms $949 to $2924

The Scott at Brush Park Apartments
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The Scott at Brush Park Apartments

3150 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI 48201
(248) 686-0588 check availability

1 To 4 bedrooms $990 to $11632

Riverfront Towers Apartments
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Riverfront Towers Apartments

100-300 Riverfront Dr Detroit, MI 48226
(855) 432-2717 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1390 to $3245

Orleans Landing Phase I Apartments
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Orleans Landing Phase I Apartments

1547-1561 E Atwater St Detroit, MI 48207
(844) 421-4987 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1510 to $2530

The Kales Building Apartments
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The Kales Building Apartments

76 W Adams Ave Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 263-5240 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $495 to $832

Infinity Park Apartments
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Infinity Park Apartments

14075 Riverview St Detroit, MI 48223
(248) 809-5229 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $625 to $799

Pasadena Apartments
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Pasadena Apartments

2170 E Jefferson Ave Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 499-9849 check availability

Studio to 1 bedroom $725 to $1225

Town Residences Apartments
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Town Residences Apartments

1511 1st St Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 528-3864 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $734 to $1099

Alden Towers Apartments
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Alden Towers Apartments

8100-8106 E Jefferson Ave Detroit, MI 48214
(844) 220-7584 check availability

1 bedroom $765 to $790

Elmwood Park Plaza Apartments
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Elmwood Park Plaza Apartments

750 Chene St Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 924-4232 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $950 to $1450

Strathmore Apartments
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Strathmore Apartments

70 W Alexandrine St Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 925-3784 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1290 to $3030

Renaissance City Club Apartments
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Renaissance City Club Apartments

555-575 Brush Ave Detroit, MI 48226
(844) 799-9041 check availability

Studio to 1 bedroom $525 to $725

Cathedral Tower Apartments
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Cathedral Tower Apartments

80 E Hancock St Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 221-5605 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $575 to $675

Country House Apartments
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Country House Apartments

24224 - 7 Mile Rd W Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 908-5309 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $669 to $799

Hidden Pines Apartments
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Hidden Pines Apartments

19800 Telegraph Rd Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 915-4208 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $670 to $935

Sherwood Heights Apartments & Townhomes
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Sherwood Heights Apartments & Townhomes

8805 Kingswood St Detroit, MI 48221
(844) 879-8176 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $729 to $2300

Lafayette Towers Apartments
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Lafayette Towers Apartments

1301 Orleans St Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 879-0199 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $765 to $1646

The Pavilion Apartments
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The Pavilion Apartments

1 Lafayette Plaisance St Detroit, MI 48207
(866) 480-8057 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $853 to $3180

Detroit Savings Bank Apartments
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Detroit Savings Bank Apartments

1212 Griswold St Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 925-3920 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $870 to $2993

Briggs Houze Apartments
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Briggs Houze Apartments

114 W Adams Rd Detroit, MI 48226
(586) 782-6521 check availability

2 To 3 bedrooms $1015 to $1200

Circle Drive Commons Apartments

Circle Drive Commons Apartments

1440 Robert Bradby Dr Detroit, MI 48207
(248) 419-4760 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1195 to $2665

The Albert Apartments
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The Albert Apartments

1214-1230 Griswold St Detroit, MI 48226
(855) 452-4818 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1250 to $1895

DuCharme Place Apartments
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DuCharme Place Apartments

1544 E Lafayette St Detroit, MI 48207
(586) 439-0838 check availability

2 bedrooms call for rates

The Union At Midtown Apartments
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The Union At Midtown Apartments

4830 Cass Ave Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 749-9105 check availability

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Puritan Apartments

Puritan Apartments

15818 Puritan St Detroit, MI 48227
(248) 579-9257 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $475 to $575

New Center Court Apartments
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New Center Court Apartments

691 Seward St Detroit, MI 48202
(844) 209-2182 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $500 to $650

West Park Manor Apartments
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West Park Manor Apartments

7236 Rutland St Detroit, MI 48228
(313) 528-4068 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $525 to $625

Lahser Six Apartments
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Lahser Six Apartments

22145 W McNichols Rd Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 528-4768 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $525 to $650

Iris Manor Apartments
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Iris Manor Apartments

9501 Iris St Detroit, MI 48227
(313) 468-8062 check availability

Studio to 1 bedroom $560 to $800

550 Parkview Apartments
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550 Parkview Apartments

550-560 Parkview Dr Detroit, MI 48214
(313) 908-6936 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $592

Roberts III Apartments
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Roberts III Apartments

3901 Grand River Ave Detroit, MI 48208
(313) 924-4241 check availability
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The Scott at Brush Park Apartments
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Your Guide to Apartments in Detroit

The only major American city to face south towards Canada, Detroit offers local residents a distinctive view of the world. Night life and family fun mix in the 'Motor City' with historic sites and educational opportunities, yielding an exciting melting pot of activities that has drawn new residents from all of the state of Michigan. Whether you're moving from somewhere far away or simply looking for a new apartment with cheaper rent on the other side of the city, there is a fantastic selection of Detroit apartments for rent at ApartmentHomeliving.com available to you.


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Once you have found the perfect Detroit apartment, you'll also want to know what to get out and enjoy. This city has so much to offer locals in terms of entertainment and fun. Passionate about learning or seeing cool art and experiencing enriching culture? Take a trip to any of the thriving museums or art galleries like the Arts League of Michigan or the Bonstelle Theatre. Foodies have a medley of unique eateries and dining options throughout the city and locals who love to "get down" can dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks at some of the best bars and night clubs in the country. And then of course...being home of the Motown sound, Detroit offers a rocking set of live-music options to adventure out of your apartment and check out.


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Detroit Overview

The crown jewel of the great state of Michigan, Detroit is truly a unique and dynamic city with a long and proud history. A working class hub known as much for its automobile industry heritage as its long pedigree of rock-n-roll, the 'motor city' likes its collars blue and its nightlife red hot.
History

Detroit History

Founded in 1701, Detroit has since grown to boast close to half the total population currently living in all of Michigan. A major port city connecting to the Great Lakes, Detroit enjoyed great economic growth thanks to the addition of a regional freeway system throughout the 1960's. As the auto industry continued to grow through the 1970's, Detroit's working-class populace continued to expand and spawn a number of suburbs. While the economic downturn post the year 2000 has affected this great city, its fiercely-loyal residents continue to help the motor city regain its footing, and recent job growth and a rebound of the auto industry hint at a brighter future for Detroit.
Weather

Detroit Weather

With its close proximity to the Canadian border as well as the always-prominent lake effect weather patterns, Detroit winters tend to be cold affairs, with a majority of the days typically not rising about the freezing level. Snow can be expected, although area residents can look forward to the warm and sunny summer season, which can begin as early as May and stretch easily into September. Rain tends to be moderate - just enough to keep the area lakes full and scenic, but typically not enough to put a damper on most outdoor activities. The spring and fall seasons tend be short but gloriously beautiful in regards to foliage, often announcing their arrival with an explosion of colors among the area trees.
Getting_around

Getting Around Detroit

Known as a transportation hub of the United States, Detroit offers just about every mode of transportation known to man. With three international border crossing areas as well as a pair of major airports to its credit, Detroit also boasts a number of mass transit bus services and the People Mover elevated rail system. Biking has also grown in popularity among Michigan residents, and taxi cabs are easily accessible as well.
Commuting

Commuting in Detroit

Surrounded by four major interstate highways, Detroit is a marvel of on and off ramps. I-75 offers easy access to neighboring cities such as Flint and Pontiac, while I-94 traverses east to west across Ann Arbor and towards Chicago. A majority of Detroit roadways remain toll free, allowing an economic ease for both commuters as well as those just interested in enjoying a scenic drive around Lake Erie.
Media

Detroit Media

A number of newspapers continue to thrive in Detroit, including the 'Free Press' and the 'Detroit News'. The alternative weekly paper 'The Metro Times' has been delivering a vast overview of nightlife and community events since the early 1980's, while the 'Michigan Chronicle' is a most-respected journal that highlights the issues of Detroit's African-American populace. A large number of television and radio studios also dot the Detroit landscape, making it the 11th most media-centric area in the entire nation. It's listenership often even extends beyond to the Canadian border as well.
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Why Here

From the vast history that practically drips from each and every stately building to the still-active rock club stages that have birthed everyone from Iggy Pop to the White Stripes, Detroit's cultural impact is undeniable. Its residents are a proud and stately bunch, and the area's long history with the automobile industry has made Detroit a city where generations of families have dubbed it home.
Landmarks

Detroit Landmarks

From the neon-glamour of the Fox Theater to the 500,000+ square foot behemoth that houses the Motown Motion Picture Studios, Detroit has more than its fair share of destinations known the world-over. From the Detroit Science Center to the Charles Wright Museum, the city boasts an array of cultural and educational hotspots that draw crowds every day of the week. The Ford Piquette Plant is the birthplace of the Model-T, and is simply a 'must stop' landmark for any auto enthusiast. The recent addition of the G.R. N'Namdi Gallery has generated new enthusiasm for the city's art scene, and a number of smaller galleries have sprouted up across the downtown landscape.
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Things to do in Detroit

Home to four major teams, sporting fans will have much to cheer for in Detroit. From the Red Wings to the Tigers, Detroit fans are known for their loyalty and tend not to downplay the notoriety. The Greektown district of the city acts as home to a number of casinos, offering games of chance as well as shows that rival the likes of Las Vegas. Detroit's long-running Eastern Market draws thousands of bargain hunters every Saturday, while music lovers in search of hearing the Motown Sound need only look as far as The Palace of Auburn Hills or any of the large assortment of rock and hip-hop clubs that dot the scene of this legendary music city.
Festivals

Detroit Festivals

Dance enthusiasts will kick up their feet at the annual Country Music Hoedown or the Electronic Music Festival, while the more contemplative fan can experience masters of the improvisational craft at the always-popular International Jazz Festival. The North-American International Auto Show is far and away the largest of its kind in the nation, while the annual Motown Winter Blast and the Thanksgiving Day Parade draw large crowds each and every year.
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Detroit Vacation spots

Detroit offers an ease of access to a large assortment of vacation options for travelers, from the natural splendor of the Great Lakes and the nearby Canadian countryside, to the big city excitement of Chicago. Traverse City remains an always-popular vacation destination for many Michigan residents, boasting a number of casinos as well as cherry blossom trees and wineries of epic beauty. Boating and fishing remain popular activities of many Detroit vacationers, with Michigan's large assortment of effortless scenic nature destinations helping to craft a one-of-a-kind vacation landscape.
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Where to move in Detroit

Detroit offers a large number of various neighborhoods, from the historic Woodward corridor (known for a number of family homes) to the architecturally-stunning waterfront (where art-deco style reigns supreme). Downtown consists mainly of highrise buildings, while the northwestern area of the city plays home to a number of universities, including Marygrove College. The New Center District collects a number of striking buildings listed on the National Historic Register, including the eye-catching Fisher Building and the visually-stunning Cadillac Place. The Detroit International Riverfront offers a combination of public parks and newly renovated residential dwellings, making it an on-the-rise hotspot for new residents of this dynamic city. Wherever you end up, one thing is for certain - there is nowhere else in the world with the charisma, effortless pride and stick-to-it determination of Detroit, Michigan.

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