Here are five options in the North End, Midtown, West Village, Downtown, and Southwest in the $1,700 per month price range.
This six-bedroom home needs a lot of work, and it’s located a block away from Arden Park and Boston-Edison.
An old church and a North End home will be used as learning labs for the pilot job training program through the Michigan Historic Preservation Network.
Three different homes all in need of rehab in three different neighborhoods have hit the market this week. Which would you choose?
This week, our rental comparison takes us to Corktown, Lafayette Park, Islandview, and more.
We can’t promise that you’ll hear a symphony, but the North End home is ready for a completely new interior.
This week’s apartments take us to homes in the North End and East English Village, plus apartments along the Riverfront and in Brush Park.
Curbed’s video team recently visited the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative and their urban agrihood in the middle of Detroit.
This week’s roundup takes us to Corktown, the North End, West Village, and more.
A 19th floor apartment downtown? A house in the North End? If you were to spend $2,000 on rent in Detroit, which apartment would you choose?
From West Village to Old Redford, we found five apartments around the city renting for around $1,100 right now.
This North End beauty could be an elegant home once again for the right owner.
We’re checking in on a couple big sales in Indian Village, plus Soupy Sales’ home in Sherwood Forest.
The 1930 urban health club and bath house has a storied past and a future that aims to return to its restorative roots.
This three bedroom house is freshly renovated and move-in ready.
This week’s apartments are in Midtown, West Village, North End, New Center, and Woodbridge. Which would you choose?
This update includes some historic homes in Boston-Edison, plus big sales in Hubbard Farms, New Center, and the North End.
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?
This two-family home, located a block away from Woodward and West Grand Boulevard, needs to be finished and it’s listing for $198,500.
This week, we found apartments in Midtown, Downtown, New Center, the North End, and the Riverfront.
This four bedroom home has a big front porch and so much linoleum.
This two-family home has ten bedrooms and needs so much work.
This was home to Joe Louis’s manager, John Roxborough. It’s been vacant for years and will undergo a full rehab.
This week we found rentals in Jefferson Chalmers, West Village, Midtown, and more all in the $1,000 price range.
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 apartments in the North End, West Village, Bagley, and Fourth Street. Which would you choose?
The Kresge Foundation awarded $2 million in grant funding to projects across Detroit ranging from rehabbing buildings to creating greenways.
The Platform is under contract for the nine story Milwaukee Junction building, and the mural will remain.
In creating a sustainable urban agrihood, the team at MUFI is building a cistern to reduce reliance on the grid and irrigate the two-acre farm.
A carriage house in the North End? An apartment downtown? A loft in Brush Park? Which would you choose?
If the Patronicity campaign reaches $50,000, they’ll receive a matching grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
This week’s Curbed Comparisons takes us to rentals in West Village, New Center, Hamtramck, and more.
This Indian Village beauty listed last summer for $750k. How did it fare on the market?
The Himelhoch Apartments downtown will be rehabbed, including 36 senior affordable units and 36 market rate units. The Saint Rita in the North End will have 26 units rehabbed.
Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative announced plans to renovate a vacant three-story building into a community center as the centerpiece of a mixed-use urban development.
A $500,000 grant from ArtPlace America will spur an arts-centered redevelopment, including the creation of a hostel, dining hall, and art gallery.
We check in with some homes from the past few months, including houses in Woodbridge, the North End, and the University District.
This 1940 house was built for John Roxborough, manager to Joe Louis. It sold for $2,000 less than 2 years ago and is back on the market for $90,000.