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Which Detroit loft would you choose?

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And which neighborhood?

Michelle & Chris Gerard

Contrary to what some might think, not everyone wants a big historic home. Many are looking for that industrial vibe that’s close to almost everything. We’ve rounded up a few of the best lofts on the market right now to compare what’s available and where. Which would you choose?

We featured this 1,500-square-foot loft in the Stuber-Stone Building about a month ago, and it’s still available. This one had big windows and very blue walls. The location is ideal for many - right on Cass Avenue in Midtown. It’s listing for $374,900 with $285/month in HOA fees.


Also in Midtown, this loft is coming in at just under 1,000 square feet. It’s located right on Canfield, close to so many shops, restaurants, and the M-1 rail. It has concrete floors, laundry, gated parking, and it’s listing for $269,900, with $280 in HOA fees.


This loft in Brush Park is truly for sports fans, located right by Comerica Park and also close to the new hockey arena. It’s 770 square feet and at ground level, which may be a deal breaker for some, but you have a nice patio area right outside your door. It’s light, bright, and listing for $264,900, with $345/month in HOA fees.


Perhaps you’re longing for all the exposed brick and you have some money burning a hole in your pocket. This 1,907-square-foot loft in an Albert Kahn-designed building is listing for $450,000 with $565 in HOA fees. It has two bedrooms, two and a half baths, indoor parking, and it’s close to the Riverwalk.