From Piety Hill to Northwest Goldberg, here are the origin stories for seven Detroit neighborhoods.
This gem from 1913 just needs a little updating.
This 1904 building has five townhouses and sits near Clark Park in Southwest Detroit.
This four bedroom home in a historic neighborhood has been tastefully updated.
Three different homes all in need of rehab in three different neighborhoods have hit the market this week. Which would you choose?
This four-bedroom home has both vintage and modern fixtures, plus a plate warmer.
This property includes a six-bedroom single-family home full of character plus three attached row houses.
This week we found five rentals in old homes in different neighborhoods across the city. Which would you choose?
This Hubbard Farms duplex is located across from Clark Park and needs a full rehab.
This update includes some historic homes in Boston-Edison, plus big sales in Hubbard Farms, New Center, and the North End.
These two Victorian homes are half-renovated and can be sold as a package or separately.
This four bedroom home is loaded with built-ins and character.
This four bedroom house is in pretty good condition, but could be updated.
This two unit home has original woodwork, big windows, and a backyard.
This four bedroom, two and a half bath house is located near shops and restaurants in Mexicantown.
This Hubbard Farms home sold for well over asking.
This four bedroom house has a landscaped yard, original details, and built-ins.
Each flat in this 1913 duplex has three bedrooms and it’s located right across from Clark Park.
This four bedroom home is full of character and is located near the restaurants in Mexicantown.
This week, we found great rentals in West Village, Downtown, Hamtramck, and more. Which would you choose?
This one needs all the work, but could be rehabbed into apartments or a single-family home.
It also has great original details, needs a lot of work, and is listing for $199,900.
For this week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons, we look at rentals in Southwest, Riverfront, Downtown, Midtown, and West Village.
Townhouse? Condo with a view? Single-family home? Which would you choose?