Cheapest, Nicest Apartments for Sale in Midtown

Live at the heart of Detroit’s arts and culture.

Midtown Detroit manages to squeeze the finest of our past and the strength of our future into a three-square-mile area. It is home to some of the top learning institutions, hospitals, and museums in the nation bringing it the reputation as one of Detroit’s most energetic urban neighborhoods. If you’re shopping for a new place in the city, check out these apartments: they’re some of the cheapest and nicest apartments you will find to start living in the middle of Detroit’s arts and culture with the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), and Wayne State University (WSU) all being a short walk away.

1. A Charming W Forest Avenue Apartment 

This apartment is a wonderful blend of contemporary conveniences and old-world charm. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, and the open floor plan and original hardwood flooring provide a lovely flow from room to room. The apartment offers a balcony that opens to a further shared yard area. All attractions in Midtown, such as innumerable pubs, restaurants, shops, and Wayne State University, are close by and easily accessible on foot. The apartment comes with a dedicated parking spot and a washer and dryer.

2. A Romantic Midtown Condo in The Charles

Get transported into another era in this impeccably preserved apartment in The Charles, Midtown. The Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Medical Center, Wayne State University, and other renowned Detroit landmarks are all nearby, as are renowned eateries, shops, pubs, and more.

Get welcomed every by a spacious lobby with marble steps, and Grecian frieze floor tiles that lead to the unit’s charming cast-iron fireplace and heritage leaded windows. Clean wood flooring, a gorgeous built-in buffet with leaded glass, a clawfoot tub, antique radiators, and modern ceiling fans are a few of the selling points of this apartment. Modern appliances, new cabinets, worktops, and backsplash have been tastefully added to the open kitchen. The real draw is the condo’s own patio and garden, which are perfect for parties and have built-in seats and planting boxes covered by a pergola, a ceramic chiminea, a powerful gas grill, and planted foliage.

3. A Fixer-Upper on the Mahatawa Building

If you prefer an apartment that you can redecorate yourself, this apartment is the perfect for those who are bursting with creative energy. It’s a split-level condo featuring a loft and an open floor design. This apartment sits on the second floor of the landmark Mahatawa Building. It’s the perfect blank canvas to turn into your very own crib.

4. Live Near Detroit’s Arts and Culture

This spacious top-level apartment in a charming six-unit three-story historic structure is tucked between two lovely Victorian homes on Historic W. Canfield in Midtown, Detroit. This 1913 masterpiece has retained much of its charm with recent retrofits making the house as functional as it is lovely. The gorgeous leaded glass cabinets, fireplace, and oak floors are all original. The apartment has two full bathrooms, including a walk-in shower in one bathroom and a tub/shower combo in the other. It also has an in-unit washing and dryer. To make the master bedroom larger, the former wall dividing the second bedroom was taken down. Enjoy the shared garden and covered front porch that faces out onto this magnificent tree-lined, brick-paved street, while the private rear porch is all yours! 

5. An Urban Cottage

This lovely condominium loft studio is located in the most walkable area of Midtown, Detroit. Natural light is abundant thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, and the open layout encourages imaginative design and décor. The bed can be tucked away from the main living space in the bedroom’s “nook.” The apartment feels and looks huge because of the concrete flooring coupled with high ceilings. There is plenty of counter space in its modern, stylish kitchen. The apartment features one indoor parking place and a balcony.

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