Think you've seen this condo on this site before? You almost did. Last month we told you about unit 411 in the Lofts at Rivertown, which was listed for rent for $2,000 a month. Apparently, after the home became famous on Curbed, the owner decided to continue living in it and took it off the market, denying you loft-lovers a pretty pimp rental. Well fortunately the guy next door has you covered and is offering up his pad (unit 412) for $2,250/month. It's unclear what the current owner status is, but this place was at one time owned by local celeb Anthony Curis, owner of the El Guapo food truck. You may also know the "Curis" name if you've stopped by the gallery on Library Street known as Long-Sharp Curis. In an HGTV clip of the apartment posted on The Loft Warehouse site, we learn that this
fairly attractive hot man, is a "trail blazer that moved into the city when no one else would," paying $462,000 to be all alone downtown. After $30,000 in kitchen upgrades, etc. etc. the place, like the dude, is looking good.
They're saying you'll pay a bit more for this one because of the finishes, but we think it's really all about the condo's fame on an HGTV clip. Seems like the two condo neighbors went in on some Benjamin Moore together, because once again, there's that red paint problem. However, the kitchen seems several degrees calmer thanks to some better color choices in the flooring and cabinet stains. So all in all: not a bad deal for an amenity-stacked condo. There's even a flat screen TV in the fridge, which sounds pretty useless and yet cool at the same time. It can be a two or three bedroom, offers two full baths, and an outdoor terrace facing Downtown Detroit. We dig the proximity to Belle Isle and access to the swimming pool/hot tub, as well as the fitness center.
· For $2,000/Month, A Three-Level Loft in the Rivertown District [Curbed Detroit]
· 6533 E Jefferson #412 [The Loft Warehouse]