Detroit, MI Apartment Market

November 4, 2008 | 0 Comments

Detroit is the largest city in Michigan. It is well known as the world traditional automotive center-“Detroit” is a metonym for American automobile industry.[1] Located on the Detroit River, Detroit is a major port city in the Midwest.

Detroit is one of 13 American cities that has teams represented in all four major sports: Detroit Pistons (NBA), Detroit Tigers (MLB), Detroit Lions (NFL) and Detroit Red Wings (NHL).

Did You Know?

How the city got its nickname Motown? It’s because live music is very prominent in the city. Two venues very well known are DTE Energy Music Theatre and The Palace of Auburn Hills. The city has a rich musical heritage and has contributed to a number of different genres over the decades.

Detroit’s job market is seeing an increase in certain industries, such as: health care, leisure and hospitality; which support the demand for Apartments. More positive items to note is that rents won’t be increasing dramatically over last year, making the median around $772.[2]  To find Apartments in Detroit, search on ForRent.com.

Colleges/Universities in Detroit, Michigan:

Detroit is home to several high education institutions such as: Wayne State University, University of Detroit Mercy and more! On our site you’ll find apartment for rent near Colleges/Universities in Michigan.

Hot Spots:

And if you’re already residing in the great city of Detroit, be sure and check out the Top 5 recommended bars in Downtown Detroit from After 5 Detroit. In order from number one to number five are: Centaur, Cass Café, Corktown Tavern, Vivo’s and Detroit’s own Hard Rock Café.



[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detroit[2] Real Estate Investment Research, 2008 National Apartment Report by Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services

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