Detroit Local Guide


Introducing Detroit, Michigan

This is Detroit, truly a good city to look in your next home, and a notable municipal area in Michigan. There are 584 local neighborhoods in Detroit. Apartment shoppers in this area have many reasons to call Detroit home. Local residents prefer Detroit for many different preferences, amongst which are price, and location, schools, service offerings, and local amenities. This local resource guide will explore of this and more! We are happy to present 5,023 apartment complexes ready for you in this city.

Lifestyle Ratings

This website works hard to bring you Lifestyle Ratings of rentals and neighborhoods across the USA, including Detroit. Lifestyle Ratings show you the best fit for your needs and interests. This takes in many factors including our Star Ratings to compare for the best outdoor access, luxury amenities, places that make kids happy, raising pets, transit options, in addition to floorplans, availablity, and pricing. Use Lifestyle Search in the site filter options on this page - and find your Perfect place!

Getting Around Detroit

Rated by WalkScore as 'semi-car-dependent', this part of Detroit is one where you will want to have a car available. You will find this town is such that with roads and sidewalks layed out as they are and condition of existing walk-friendly infrastructure you will need your own vehicle to get along well here

Schools in Detroit, MI

For parents with school-age students, education can be an important factor in choosing your rental home. Choosing a rental home or apartment is an opportunity to benefit your kids with top-rated school districts. Ask the leasing staff or owner at your home and apartment about attendence zoning.

Be sure to consider Central Collegiate Academy, the highest-rated high school in this city. For middle-schoolers make sure you check out SampsonWebber Leadership Academy, the highest-rated middle school in this city, with a GreatSchools Rating of 4/10. For grades K-5 the highest-rated elementary school in this town is Durfee ElementaryMiddle School.

For college students, this area is proud to have University of Detroit Mercy nearby.

Detroit Points of Interest

Ford Field is found nearby. Apartment residents who call this area home have ZIP Code 48243.

Pet Friendly Apartments

Pet Friendly multifamily communities are available nearby.

Detroit Rental Pricing

A rental apartment unit in Detroit is on the average $1,888. The average home rent in Detroit is $3,552. An apartment unit in this municipal area costs renters from $350 to $9,000. As an average rent for a studio apartment in this town is $1,344, and has a range from $490 to $3,475. A 1 bedroom apartment on the average costs renters $1,337 and ranges from $350 to $4,995. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $1,646 and ranges from $350 to $5,750. Three bedroom apartments average $2,062 and range from $560 to $9,000. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $1,841 and range from $609 to $8,325.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Detroit

How much are Studio apartments in Detroit?

The pricing for 303 Studio Apartments in Detroit currently ranges from $490 to $3,475 with an average price of $1,395.

What is the current price range for One Bedroom Detroit Apartments for rent?

Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Detroit ranges from $350 to $7,240 with an average monthly rent of $1,337.

What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Detroit cost?

The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Detroit range from $350 to $7,833. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $1,647.

How expensive are Detroit Three Bedroom Apartments?

There are currently 511 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Detroit on The pricing ranges from $560 to $9,000 - averaging $2,073 for the location.