We featured some of these homes just a month ago, while others spent their winter on the market.
From a studio downtown to a riverfront condo to a single family home, here’s what’s available for $900 in Detroit right now.
The pop-up location opens at 8044 Kercheval on March 11 and a new, permanent storefront will be ready later this year.
This week, we found rentals in Rosedale Park, Midtown, Downtown, Woodbridge, and West Village.
This week’s Curbed Comparisons takes us to rentals in West Village, New Center, Hamtramck, and more.
This duplex has a three bedroom upper unit and two bedroom lower unit. It’s located right in the heart of West Village.
Henry V will debut in March in the ballroom of a 1903 mansion.
Eight walk-up row houses and four apartments above retail space are planned for West Village this year. Here’s our first glimpse at interior renderings.
This recently restored home has five bedrooms, a garage, and curb appeal. It’s located near restaurants & shops and it’s biking distance from Belle Isle.
From West Village to Downtown to Bagley, here are a few options in the $750/month rental range available right now.
Which village should win Detroit’s Neighborhood of the Year? Voting will stay open through January 2 with the winner of the fake trophy announced January 3.
Beautiful restorations and fixer uppers with potential definitely caught our eye this year. Here are ten of our favorites.
Watch Arena progress inside and outside the LCA with the live web cam, the Mondrian (or Woodward @ Midtown) could start construction, and more.
Which neighborhood should advance to the Finals?
The Final Four is set for the Curbed Cup 2016. Will the fake trophy go to Boston Edison, the Villages, University District, or East English Village?
Which neighborhood should advance to the Final Four?
Yes, the J.D. Baer House is almost ready for new tenants.
We saw two big upsets in the first round, as the top two seeds, Lafayette Park and Corktown, were defeated.
A year ago, this was a mud pit, a vacant building, and a hole in the ground. It will soon welcome new businesses and tenants to West Village.
Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
This week, we found rentals available in Midtown, New Center, and West Village, all around $800.
The funding will go toward planning projects in Islandview/West Village, Northwest/Grand River Corridor, Southwest, and Clairmount as part of the 20-minute neighborhood vision.
This house is just over 2,000 square feet and needs a bit of work. Could it be someone’s dream project?
This week, we found a house in East English Village, an apartment in West Village, a studio downtown, and a top floor unit at the Park Shelton.
This week, we found listings in New Center, West Village, Morningside, and Grandmont-Rosedale.
The apartments start at $1,300 a month and are located at the corner of Van Dyke and Agnes.
It’s a sad day in West Village, as we’ve learned that Parker Street Market is shutting its doors.
The Detroit Strategic Neighborhoods Initiative will target real estate, jobs, and infrastructure in these neighborhoods. The announcement was made at the site for the future Coe Development in West Village.
For this week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons, we look at rentals in Southwest, Riverfront, Downtown, Midtown, and West Village.
We found rentals in West Village, Downtown, Eastern Market, and more. Which would you choose?
Two long vacant areas in both neighborhoods will be developed soon.
Home tour in University District, yard sales throughout Indian Village, and more.
No worries - the park will be cleaned up!
$33,000 above asking, to be exact.
From West Village to Woodbridge to the Joseph Berry Subdivision, here’s what we found in the $800 range for rent this week.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Curbed Comparisons. We’re bringing you rentals in the $1,600 range from West Village, Midtown, Woodbridge, North Corktown, and Boston Edison. Which would you choose?
This 2,558-square-foot house has four bedrooms, one bathroom, lots of storage space, and so much room to garden.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, these are the houses you had something to say about this year. How did they do on the market? OK, actually.
In his Keynote address at the Mackinac Policy Conference, Mayor Mike Duggan outline his plans for 20-minute neighborhoods for Fitzgerald, West Village, and Southwest Detroit. What do you think?