Let’s say you’re looking for a two bedroom condo in Detroit. What’s more important? Being close to the river? Walking distance to restaurants? Access to the QLINE? A search through available condos shows a few knockouts, and some are quite pricey. Let’s dream for a bit. Which one would you choose?
This Brush Park townhouse has size and location going for it. If you like sports, it’s close to the new arena, Comerica Park, and Ford Field. It’s big too, at over 2,200 square feet. This one also has a patio and a garage and it’s close to the QLINE. The price? It’s going big at $550,000, with $250/month in HOA fees.
Or maybe you’d rather live in a smaller space in Midtown. This unit on the third floor of an 1890 building is under 1,000 square feet, but it has newer finishes in the kitchen and bathrooms and it’s close to Wayne State. It’s listing for $290,000, with $250/month in HOA fees.
If you’re looking to be in the heart of downtown and you have half a million to spare, there’s a condo on the 25th floor of the Westin Book Cadillac available. The two bedroom, two bath unit is over 1,100 square feet and has city views. You also have a nice restaurant and a pool in the building. The price is exactly $500,000, with $710/month in HOA fees.
If you’d rather be closer to the river and Belle Isle, there’s a 12th floor condo available in Harbortown. It’s also two bedroom, two bath, and 1,100 square feet. Available amenities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, and close access to the Riverwalk. The price? $236,000 with $625/month in HOA fees.