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Curbed Comparisons: Searching for a two-bedroom condo in Detroit

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Let’s say you’re looking for a two-bedroom condo right now in Detroit. How do different neighborhoods compare? We’re checking out what your money can get you, including HOA fees, in four different neighborhoods. Which would you choose?

↑ If sports are your jam, you can’t beat the Garden Lofts in Brush Park. The prices on these are surely reflecting their close proximity to the new arena, QLINE, and downtown. This loft is 1,333 square feet, with two beds, two baths, a fitness center in the building, and two indoor parking spaces. This one is listing for $469,000, with $345 per month in HOA fees.

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↑ This two bedroom loft across from Belle Isle was recently remodeled with a stunning kitchen. It’s 1,063 square feet with an updated bathroom, polished concrete floors, and an open living space. This one’s for sale for $249,000, with HOA fees running at $445 per month.

↑ This 973-square-foot loft is located near Tech Town, Wayne State, and New Center. This Research Loft unit has wood floors, big windows, and a common green space for residents. It’s listing for $262,900, with HOA fees of $190 per month.

↑ Located right in the heart of Midtown, this recently renovated Victorian has been divided into four condos, including a 900-square-foot two bedroom, one bath. The house has a common deck in the back and it’s located close to Wayne State and the QLINE. It’s listing for $239,000, with $250 per month in HOA fees.


Which condo would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 19%
    Garden Loft in Brush Park
    (69 votes)
  • 29%
    Lofts at Rivertown near Belle Isle
    (107 votes)
  • 15%
    Research Loft near Wayne State
    (56 votes)
  • 35%
    Renovated Victorian in Midtown
    (129 votes)
361 votes total Vote Now

Research Lofts

5766 Trumbull Ave, Detroit, MI 48208

Lofts at Rivertown

6533 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48207