Perched above Slows Bar BQ, this might be one of the most sought-after locations in the city. Start the day by waking up to the aroma of barbecue wafting up through the floorboards of this two-bedroom, two-bath loft, right on Michigan Avenue. Renovated in 2006, the 1,300-square-foot space features custom woodwork/cabinetry (check out the wood countertop in the bathroom), exposed brick, and some concrete countertops in the kitchen. Living on Corktown's favorite block will run you $1,300/month, though the apartment's proximity to Sugar House's deliciously pricy cocktails indicates renters might want to factor in some additional scotch-related expenses.
· 2-bedroom Loft Above Slows BarBQ in Corktown [Craigslist]