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Loft comparisons: Searching for a two-bedroom loft in Detroit

Today, we’re taking a look at different two-bedroom lofts around Detroit. How much space does each offer? What attractions are they close to? And how much will they cost? We found lofts in Corktown, Brush Park, and the Riverfront. Which would you choose?

2915 John R St Apt 307

First up is a two bedroom, two bath, two balcony, 1,140-square-foot loft at the Carlton Lofts in Brush Park. This building is located close to Midtown, Eastern Market, the new arena, and downtown, and the loft has downtown views. It’s listing for $374,000, with $285 per month in HOA fees. Wait, though. It’s not available until early 2018. ($328 per square foot)

2003 Brooklyn St. #307 [Photos by Nev Muftari]

Here’s yet another listing at the Grinnell Lofts in Corktown. This 1,345-square-foot, two bedroom, two bath loft has high ceilings, big windows, and a gorgeous kitchen. It’s located near shops and restaurants in Corktown, close to Southwest, and near downtown. There’s also a MoGo Bike Share station nearby. It’s asking $449,999, with $300 a month in HOA fees. ($335 per square foot)

2987 Franklin St. Unit B

We visited the Franklin Lofts last summer when they started renovating the old Dongan Electric building. The lofts are ready, including a $1.4 million option. There are smaller two-bedrooms available, including this unit which has 2,255 square feet of living space. It’s located just a few blocks up from the Riverfront, close to Belle Isle, and right in between West Village and downtown. It’s listing for a whopping $642,675, with $195 per month in HOA fees. ($285 per square foot)


Which loft would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 30%
    Carlton Loft in Brush Park
    (168 votes)
  • 52%
    Grinnell Loft in Corktown
    (288 votes)
  • 16%
    Franklin Loft near the Riverfront
    (89 votes)
545 votes total Vote Now