For Rent in Detroit
The 1,500-square-foot loft has modern details combined with historic charm. It rents for $2,950 per month.
From a studio downtown to a three bedroom house in Grandmont Rosedale, here’s what $900 can rent in Detroit right now.
This Airbnb at True North gives guests a unique alternative to the downtown hotel scene.
How do rental prices change as we drive down Woodward?
This week we found five rentals in old homes in different neighborhoods across the city. Which would you choose?
Riverfront loft? Corktown townhouse? Here’s a roundup of rentals around $1,500 right now in Detroit.
The property was purchased in the 2012 tax auction.
This week’s apartments are in Midtown, West Village, North End, New Center, and Woodbridge. Which would you choose?
This 1860 building on East Jefferson is located right across from the Renaissance Center and is renting 12,000 square feet of office space.
In a new report from Apartment List, a survey of renters found affordability, jobs, and safety as top reasons for renters planning to leave the Motor City.
This week, we found apartments in New Center, Downtown, Palmer Park, Jefferson Chalmers, and Royal Oak.
The tour, running August 11-13, will visit the Carlton Lofts, Willy’s Overland Lofts, Orleans Landing, the Elliott Building, the Franklin Lofts, and the Saint Charles Residences.
Construction is booming across Detroit, and we have the rentals to prove it.
This week, we found some two-bedroom apartments in Corktown and West Village, a whole house in Rosedale Park, and more. Which would you choose?
A new report shows the average two-bedroom apartment costs $1,087 per month in Detroit. In order to not be housing cost-burdened, you’ll need to make $46,586 to afford it.
This week, we found apartments in Midtown, Downtown, New Center, the North End, and the Riverfront.
From a Midtown loft to a single-family home in East English Village to a Woodbridge townhouse, here’s what $1,600 a month can rent in Detroit right now.
This week, we found new renovations and weird kitchens in our weekly roundup of rentals.
The station is currently under renovation, and the first floor has about 2,500 square feet of space for a new tenant. Could it be you?
This week we found apartments in Palmer Park, Midtown, West Village, and more. Which would you choose?
This week we found rentals in Jefferson Chalmers, West Village, Midtown, and more all in the $1,000 price range.
We found five rentals around the city. Which would you choose?
This week we found studios in downtown and Midtown, plus a house in Old Redford and a townhouse in the North End.
This week, we found rentals at the Riverfront, Indian Village, New Center, Woodbridge, and Downtown. Which would you choose?
This week, we found great rentals in West Village, Downtown, Hamtramck, and more. Which would you choose?
Which apartment would you choose?
This week, we found a downtown apartment, midtown rentals, and two renovated homes.
The house was bought as a shell in the tax auction. Now the four bedroom home is completely renovated with modern updates.
A carriage house in the North End? An apartment downtown? A loft in Brush Park? Which would you choose?
From northwest Detroit to Midtown, Jefferson Chalmers to Hamtramck, here’s what we found in the $800 rental range this week.
From a studio downtown to a riverfront condo to a single family home, here’s what’s available for $900 in Detroit right now.
It’s a glass block window paradise.
Some of the best views in one of the best buildings in the city will cost you. This rental is going for $2,900 a month.
This week, we found rentals in Rosedale Park, Midtown, Downtown, Woodbridge, and West Village.