Welcome to this week's installment of Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various Detroit neighborhoods. This week we’re looking at pricier rentals in the city, all within $100 of today’s budget: $2,000.
It’s hard to tell exactly what this four-bedroom home on Atkinson looks like from the listing’s dark pictures, but the exterior is fairly unusual and we’re wondering about this lounge in the basement. The house also has four bathrooms, a breakfast nook, and a pizza oven in the backyard. It’s renting for $2,000 a month.
Over in Midtown, this apartment has an open kitchen/living room, two bedrooms, one and a half baths, and parking available. It’s within walking distance of Wayne State and plenty of shops and restaurants in the area, and close to museums and the arenas. It’s renting for $1,998 per month.
In the North End, this renovated four bedroom home is so very white. Grey accents both the kitchen and the bathroom, but every other room is just white. The house is located off of Woodward across from New Center and sits on a double lot. It’s listed for $1,999 per month.
This three-bedroom Ferry Street apartment has seriously beautiful woodwork in the living and dining rooms. The kitchen and bathrooms have also been updated. It’s located close to the museums and Wayne State, it includes parking, and it’s listed for $1,950 per month.
If you want to be close to all the construction downtown, you can’t get much closer than City Club Apartments. This 19th floor unit has incredible city skyline views, along with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a renovated kitchen. It’s right in between the Book Tower and the Statler Hotel site, walking distance from sports and downtown attractions, and it’s listing for $1,960 per month.
Which $2,000 a month apartment would you choose?
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