The best industrial-turned residential spaces for sale and of note in Detroit.
There’s also a west-facing deck with views of downtown.
Within walking distance to everything in the historic neighborhood.
If you’re looking for views, this one delivers.
Visitors can see many of the luxury units for sale in Midtown and Brush Park this weekend.
The luxury units in the Carlton Lofts are going for between $402,000 and $542,000.
This Grinnell Place unit comes with private rooftop access.
The six-unit building contains a penthouse going for $1.57 million.
The Leland Loft unit comes with gorgeous built-in cabinets.
Each unit will be around 3,000 square feet and take up a whole floor of the historic building.
It’s the largest of five units in the 1910 building.
This Detroit Towers unit comes with great views at an affordable price.
This one bedroom, one bath loft has upgraded finishes and lovely views.
Our map of the most expensive sales in Detroit for 2018 brings us to Indian Village, Midtown, Brush Park, Corktown, and more.
From luxury lofts to a midtown condo to a 23rd floor Riverfront apartment, we’re dreaming big and seeing what $2,500 a month can rent you in Detroit.
This one-bedroom loft has a built-in library with a rolling ladder.
This two-bedroom, two-bath loft has downtown views.
This two-bedroom loft has huge windows, a custom kitchen, and an outdoor space.
This two-bedroom unit in the Leland Lofts has a bright, open layout.
This three-bedroom loft in Midtown has a green patio.