We’ve seen a few pricey listings lately (hello Book Cadillac!) so we’re checking in with our friends at NeighborhoodX to see where exactly the most expensive listings are in the city. We’re looking at one-bedroom condos this time, and Midtown is still claiming the top spot. We’re including the graphic here, but if you go to the graph on their site, you can click through to the listings.
As we can see, Willy’s is leading the pack with two penthouse units. These two listings are asking $585K and $584K, and going for $357 per square foot.
Further down the list, we see a Book Cadillac offering for under half a million, but the 977-square-foot condo is asking a whopping $450 per square foot (it is on the 25th floor right downtown).
An old friend at the Leland Lofts also makes the list, with a one-bedroom condo in Lafayette Park near Eastern Market going for $399K. It did try to go for $525K earlier this year, but that was asking quite a bit too much.
In the less expensive range are a few places along the Riverfront. The recently converted Garden Court condos, with prices ranging from $170K to $190K, or $236 and $248 per square foot.
Are there any neighborhoods we should pull listing or selling reports on? Let us know in the comments.
- Detroit: Most Expensive 1-BR Condos (October 2016) [NeighborhoodX]
- First Look: Updated Corner Leland Loft raises the bar, asks $525K [Curbed Detroit]