While Detroit was built with single-family homes, that life isn’t for everyone. A maintenance-free, centralized location of a condo has its appeal to many. Here’s a look at a few different options for two-bedroom condos for sale right now in Detroit. Which would you choose? Vote in our poll below.
15 East Kirby Street, #811: $450,000
The classic Park Shelton sits right next to the Detroit Institute of Arts, and this eighth floor condo overlooks the world-class museum and the downtown skyline. Inside, find hardwood floors, a faux fireplace in the living room, an odd island in the kitchen, original tiling in the two bathrooms, and two bedrooms. HOA fees run $833 per month; this unit includes storage, utilities, two covered parking spaces, and a community fitness room. It’s close to New Center, the College for Creative Studies, Henry Ford Hospital, and Wayne State, and it’s along the Qline.
3670 Woodward Avenue, Unit 410: $449,900
Coming in closer to downtown is a two bed, two bath, 1,259-square-foot condo at the Ellington. This unit has a view of the Whole Foods parking lot, and it’s located right above Starbucks. Inside, find a newer kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, and spacious rooms. Garage parking is available, and the building has a fitness center. It’s located near the arenas, downtown, Eastern Market, and all things Midtown.
66 Winder Street, Unit 208: $440,000
If you’re looking to be super close to sports in Detroit, you can’t get much closer than the Garden Lofts. This two bed, two bath, 1,138-square-foot unit is located on the second level and overlooks townhouses in Brush Park. It has updated bathrooms and a small kitchen. HOA fees are $410 per month and include water, heating, and cooling; two garage parking spaces; and access to the fitness center. It’s located right across I-75 from Comerica Park and Ford Field and a couple blocks from the Little Caesars Arena.
250 East Harbortown Drive, Unit 608: $257,400
Riverfront living and amenities can be found in Harbortown. This two bedroom, two bath, 1,031-square-foot newly renovated condo overlooks Belle Isle. HOA fees run $660 per month here and include access to outdoor/indoor pools, bike storage, a fitness center, security, and garage parking. These properties also have easy access to the Riverwalk.
1135 Shelby Street, Unit 2708: $649,995
Some of the pricier condos in the city can be found at the Book Cadillac. Located right downtown, these units have hotel amenities in a convenient location. This one spans 1,400 square feet and has river views. HOA fees are $819 per month and include fitness and pool access, plus AC and water. The listing states that this one was featured on an episode of House Hunters.
Which Detroit condo would you choose?
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