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Detroit condo comparisons: How much for a one-bedroom in Brush Park?

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For those looking to be close to sports and entertainment in Detroit, Brush Park is likely the most centralized neighborhood to live. Prices have sharply risen in the past few years, as both the Qline and the Little Caesars Arena have opened. What’s available on the market right now? Here are three one-bedroom condos to consider. Which would you choose?


2915 John R Street, Unit 203

This one bedroom, one bath second floor unit is available in the Carlton Lofts. It has all the exposed brick, heated concrete floors, plus a gated parking space. It’s coming in at $257,000 ($308 per square foot), with $280 in HOA fees.


78 Watson

This one bedroom, one bath is located at the Carola Lofts at 78 Watson. It has an extensive shelving system built in, and a narrow layout for its kitchen and bedroom. The kitchen includes a small walk-out balcony. This unit comes with both a garage and a gated parking space, and it’s listed for $289,900 ($292 per square foot), with $336 in HOA fees.


66 Winder Street, Unit 215

This one bedroom, one bath condo is located in the Garden Lofts, right across I-75 from Comerica Park. It has downtown views, a fitness center in the complex, and a terrace. It’s listed for $334,900 ($394 per square foot), with $345 in HOA fees.

Poll

Which Brush Park condo would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 47%
    2915 John R Street, Unit 203
    (193 votes)
  • 22%
    78 Watson
    (93 votes)
  • 30%
    66 Winder Street, Unit 215
    (124 votes)
410 votes total Vote Now