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    a kitchen with white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances a bedroom with a large bed and a large window
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    1214 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226
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    1 BED $1,469+
    2 BEDS Ask for Pricing
    Overview

    Originally designed by famed architect Albert Kahn and built in 1929 on the former site of the Miles Theater, The Albert stands 12 floors in height and features first floor street level retail with 127 apartment homes above. Today, the fully renovated building has become "The Albert" and brings luxury apartment living to Capitol Park. With modern comfort, historic charm and unique amenities, we can't wait to show you around. Welcome home.

    Amenities
    • Air Conditioner
    • Washer/Dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • High Speed Internet
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    1525 Broadway St., Detroit, MI 48226
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    1 BED $2,250
    2 BEDS $2,500
    3 BEDS $2,950
    Amenities
    • Air Conditioner
    • Washer/Dryer
    • Pets Allowed
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    a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a table with three stools a bedroom with a bed and two windows
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    3150 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
    Available
    Studio $1,326
    1 BED $1,705+
    2+ BEDS $1,975
    Property reviews
    5/5 Jonathan C. on Sep 6, 2022

    I've lived here for a few months; I love the convenience and the atmosphere of its residents. The staff here is incredible and very helpful in responding to your questions. I absolutely recommend living here if you want to experience downtown living with a neighborhood feel.

    5/5 Anonymous on Dec 18, 2021

    Love it

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    an exposed brick wall in a kitchen a bedroom with a bed and a living room with a brick wall
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    624 Charlotte, Detroit, MI 48202
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    1 BED $1,315+
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    5/5 Anonymous on Nov 2, 2023

    I was one of the first residents in this building, and I have stayed ever cents. The clawfoot bathtub is for me.

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    a kitchen with black cabinets and stainless steel appliances at The Ferguson Apartments, Detroit, Michigan a bedroom with white walls and a white bed with an orange pillow at The Ferguson Apartments, Detroit, 48226
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    1448 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
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    Studio $1,450
    1 BED $1,825
    Property reviews
    3.5/5 Anonymous on Mar 4, 2022

    Overall, apartment is nice. However, heat is loud in bedroom, fridge style is out-of-date, floors are uneven, and there is no additional storage space/locker.

    3/5 patrick m. on Dec 11, 2023

    We are longtime tenants and never have seen the elevator situation this bad or so poorly handled. We are pregnant and need to be able to trust the elevators will work - especially this close to the due date. My wife had to wait downstairs for 20 minutes and I had to take the stairs 3 times on Saturday alone. I have been in contact with Brionna, our PM, but have seen about 0% in terms of progress or assurance that we can have an operational elevator. Figure it out! Hire an elevator attendant until you fix the issue.

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    1611 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48216
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    Studio $1,650+
    1 BED $1,975+
    2 BEDS $3,500
    Amenities
    • Air Conditioner
    • Washer/Dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Pool
  • Top Rated for Location
    a kitchen with white countertops and a stainless steel refrigerator a bedroom with a bed and a window
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    2016 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48207
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    1 BED $1,175+
    2 BEDS Ask for Pricing
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    3/5 Anonymous on Dec 1, 2023

    Cool place minus minor fixable issues once presented to managemnt

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    Kitchen Appliances at The Stott, Detroit Well Appointed Bedroom at The Stott, Detroit, Michigan
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    1150 Griswold St., Detroit, MI 48226
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    Studio $1,360
    1 BED $1,565
    2+ BEDS $2,635
    Property reviews
    5/5 Anonymous on Jul 20, 2023

    Great place to live, easy to get around the city

    4.5/5 Patric b. on Aug 2, 2023

    Great place. I dont love writing reviews but i like it.

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    686 Selden St, Detroit, MI 48201
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    1 BED $1,050+
    2 BEDS $1,350
    Overview

    Welcome to Selden Manor Apartments, a charming mid-rise historic gem nestled in the vibrant heart of Detroit's Midtown neighborhood. Designed by the renowned architect Jacob I. Weinberg and constructed in 1924, this iconic building exudes timeless elegance and character. Located in the heart of Midtown, Selden Manor offers unparalleled access to the city's bustling nightlife and culture. Experience the perfect combination of historic charm, modern convenience, and unbeatable location at Selden Manor Apartments.

    Amenities
    • Pets Allowed
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    Bedroom at The Press/321, Detroit, 48226 table and chair at The Press/321, Detroit, MI
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    321 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
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    Studio $995
    1 BED $1,465
    2+ BEDS $2,720
    Property reviews
    4.5/5 Anonymous on Oct 6, 2021

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    4/5 Sam R. on Oct 3, 2023

    I love this building. The location, the amenities and the luxury enviornment. I wiuld refer this building to anyone!

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    Dining table at The Assembly, Detroit, MI Bed in Bedroom at The Assembly, Michigan, 48216
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    1702 W. Fort St., Detroit, MI 48216
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    1 BED $1,520
    2 BEDS $2,200
    3 BEDS $2,600
    Property reviews
    5/5 Anonymous on Mar 9, 2022

    love living here

    2/5 Anonymous on Dec 6, 2019

    Noisy. Thin windows that you can't open. Shipping and receiving is always a mess. Bad coordination with maintenance. No programmable thermostat. Security isn't very helpful

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    35 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
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    1 BED $1,640
    2 BEDS $1,960
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    4/5 Laurie M. on Aug 5, 2022

    I've lived at 35W for more than 4 years. PROs Great location Modern & well maintained Responsive service staff CONs It's SO LOUD. While I rarely hear other tenants, the work at the Bedrock construction site is torture at times. It's a major inconvenience for those that WFH and Bedrock raises rents instead of insisting they not start work until 8am or giving tenants a break on increases. There is zero bike storage and you cannot use another Bedrock building. You will have a very hard time fitting your bike in the tiny elevator. Speaking of which - they modified the elevator after I moved in. Be very careful before assuming your furniture will fit. I wanted to move a couch out of my place and it's not very bulky. We had to carry it down 9 flights of stairs.

    3.5/5 Laurie M. on May 17, 2020

    I absolutely love living at 35W. The building is very well designed and maintained and I feel safe here. The staff is on their game and very kind. I love the Capitol Park location. However, it is LOUD beyond belief. It's not just the garbage pick ups super early in the morning - the constant beeping that comes from the truck or the dumpsters that get dropped loudly one after another - often around 6AM. Lately, it's the unbearably loud motorcycles and loud music coming from vehicles speeding up and down Woodward and on weekends it can last until or after midnight. It's also the construction which I'll forgive since it's great to see the city being rebuilt. But I've been listening to a loud, piercing, high pitched beep out my window for an hour so far. Other cities like Boston enforce noise ordinances. If Detroit wants to attract residents it will need the funds to do so. I'd rather not keep my windows shut all summer but it's coming to that point. Still, if you're willing to put up with the noise and want to live in the great city of Detroit, I'd highly recommend checking out 35W.

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    One bedroom unit with open kitchen, a large window and a counter with three chairs at Book Tower, Michigan, 48226 Two bedroom penthouse bedroom with city views at Book Tower, Michigan, 48226
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    1265 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
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    Studio $1,530+
    1 BED $1,840
    2 BEDS $3,405
    Property reviews
    5/5 Anonymous on Dec 11, 2023

    Wonderful place to live I feel safe and secure in my new home

    5/5 Anonymous on Nov 28, 2023

    Staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Love the valet service. Beautiful building.

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    28 W. Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226
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    Studio $970
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    5/5 Emre I. on Mar 11, 2020

    great place and people...

    4.5/5 Anonymous on Feb 14, 2024

    I enjoy living here. I enjoy the location the most.

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    1400 Seward Ave, Detroit, MI 48206
    2 BEDS $1,100+
    3 BEDS $1,500
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    1215 Griswold St., Detroit, MI 48226
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    1725-1731 Van Dyke St, Detroit, MI 48214
    1 BED $925
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    2701 Park Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
    Studio $1,549
    1 BED $1,749
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    1214 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226
    1 BED $1,469+
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    4709 2Nd Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
    1 BED $1,075
    2 BEDS $1,450
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    329 & 381 Holbrook, Detroit, MI 48202
    Studio $775
    1 BED $925
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    1247 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48226
    Studio $1,205
    1 BED $1,405
    2 BEDS $2,145+
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    2050 8Th Street, Detroit, MI 48216
    Studio $2,044+
    1 BED $1,471+
    2+ BEDS $2,092+
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    1525 Broadway St., Detroit, MI 48226
    1 BED $2,250
    2 BEDS $2,500
    3 BEDS $2,950
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    512 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48216
    Studio $770+
    1 BED $995+
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Average rent in Detroit, MI

$1,212/mo Detroit, MI average rental price, March 2024
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The average monthly rent of apartments in Detroit, MI is $1,212.

    Detroit, MI apartment rent ranges

    About 31% of apartment rents in Detroit, MI range between $1,001-$1,500. Meanwhile, apartments priced over $1,501-$2,000 represent 16% of apartments. Around 39% of Detroit’s apartments are in the $701-$1,000 price range. 6% of apartments are priced between $501-$700.

    Detroit, MI rent trends

    Getting around in Detroit, MI

    49 /100
    Car-Dependent
    43 /100
    Somewhat Bikeable
    Walk Score®: 49, Bike Score®: 43

    Frequently asked questions

    When were prices and availability in Detroit, MI last updated?

    Prices and availability in Detroit, MI were last updated on 14 Apr 2024.

    What are the best apartments in Detroit, MI?

    The best apartments in Detroit, MI are: The Albert - Capitol Park, Perennial Corktown, Selden Manor, The Press/321 and The Stott.

    What is the average rent in Detroit, MI?

    The average rent in Detroit, MI is $1,212. Start your search for apartments in Detroit, MI now.

    What is the price range for a studio apartment in Detroit, MI?

    The price range for a studio apartment in Detroit, MI is between $575 and $3,485. View all studio apartments in Detroit, MI.

    What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI?

    The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI is between $676 and $5,900. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Detroit, MI now.

    What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI?

    The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI is between $575 and $10,100. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI.

    What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI?

    The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Detroit, MI is between $800 and $7,000. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Detroit, MI.

    What type of rental buildings are in Detroit, MI?

    In Detroit, 52% of the residents are renting compared to 48% owning a home, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Large-scale apartment buildings with more than 50 units represent 17% of Detroit’s rentals, 36% are small-scale complexes with under 50 units, and 46% are single-family rentals.

    What do typical apartment communities look like in Detroit, MI?

    The average age of rental buildings in Detroit is 48 years old, with 17% being newer apartment buildings completed since 2000. The average height of apartment buildings in the city is 8 stories, of which 60% are garden-style apartment communities, 15% are mid-sized buildings, and 34% are high-rises. These characteristics describe large-scale apartment communities of 50 apartments or more.

    What apartment floorplans are common in Detroit, MI?

    Rental apartments in Detroit come in a range of sizes and floorplans. Studio apartments represent 8% of units for rent, ideal for singles, renters on a budget and people who value central locations more than space. Rentals with 1-bedroom floorplans make up 55% of the total apartments in the city, while 2-bedroom floorplans represent around 31% of all rentals in Detroit. The rest are larger floorplans with 3 bedrooms or more, typically preferred by families, larger households or roommates sharing space.

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    Living in Detroit, MI

    Living in location

    As the most populous city in Michigan, Detroit offers many opportunities for renters. With its expanding employment market, big-city amenities and affordable living cost compared to similarly sized cities, it's a multicultural city that welcomes renters from every corner of the world. The city is also known for its connection to sports with several teams in major professional leagues, as well as plenty of recreation opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Detroit experiences a humid, continental climate characterized by four distinct seasons and average temperatures between 19°F and 84°F year-round. As such, those renting in Detroit should prepare for cold winters with plenty of snow, freezing temperatures and occasional snowstorms.

    In Detroit's heart, the revitalization is palpable, with new developments and community projects bringing a fresh energy to the city. The Detroit Riverwalk and Eastern Market offer vibrant spaces for renters to gather, shop, and enjoy the city's scenic views and local produce. Detroit's historical significance is showcased in its architecture and museums, like the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Motown Museum, which pay homage to the city's rich cultural heritage. Education is a priority, with institutions such as Wayne State University and the College for Creative Studies nurturing the next generation of professionals. The city's nightlife and entertainment scenes are on the rise, with an array of dining options, live music venues, and theaters providing endless entertainment options.

    Renting in Detroit, MI

    Renting in Detroit is more affordable than similar cities across the nation. And, due to the revitalization efforts, renters can find a variety of rentals - from historic homes to repurposed apartment buildings and new constructions with modern amenities. Specifically, downtown Detroit, Corktown, and Midtown have many revitalized buildings with lofts and apartments for rent close to art galleries, brunch spots, bars and entertainment venues. Or, for renters looking for a calmer environment, Sherwood Forest, Indian Village, and Boston Edison are family-friendly neighborhoods with historical, single-family rentals; spacious lawns; and upscale amenities nearby. Notably, when renting in Detroit, landlords can ask for a security deposit (typically worth one month's rent), along with payment for the first month before moving in.

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    Shopping in Detroit, MI

    There are plenty of retail options for shopping enthusiasts who rent in Detroit. For instance, downtown Detroit is home to a mix of national retailers, local boutiques and specialty stores, with the Woodward Corridor being the most popular among shoppers. Meanwhile, the biggest malls in Detroit include Fairlane Town Center, New Center One and Tower Center Mall. Renters are also close to Twelve Oaks Mall, which is one of the largest shopping malls in Michigan. Detroit also has many locally owned small businesses, particularly in Midtown, Corktown and West Village. Or, for everyday shopping, renters can find various grocery stores throughout Detroit, including Kroger, Meijer, Whole Foods Market, Aldi, and Save-A-Lot, as well as department stores like Macy's, Walmart, Target, JCPenney and T.J.Maxx. Otherwise, for renters looking to buy fresh produce, locally prepared food, plants and crafts, the Eastern Market is a historic public market in downtown Detroit that's open year-round.

    Transportation in Detroit, MI

    Detroit's transportation infrastructure includes highways, public buses, and pedestrian and bike trails. However, the city is primarily car-dependent, so having a vehicle can be advantageous for getting around. To that end, the main highways used to get in and out of the city are interstates 75, 94 and 96; U.S. highways 12 and 24; and several state routes. Alternatively, for renters commuting via public transportation, the Detroit Department of Transportation and the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation operate bus services throughout the greater Detroit metropolitan area, including suburbs outside the city. Renters can also rely on the QLine - a streetcar system running along Woodward Avenue - and the Detroit People Mover, which is a small, elevated train that loops around downtown. Plus, with the city's revitalization, renters have access to an improved network of trails, thereby making getting around the city on foot or bike easier. Of course, ride-sharing services, like Uber and Lyft, are also available in Detroit. Finally, renters who rely on air travel are nine miles from Canada's Windsor International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, which provide domestic and international flights.

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