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There are plenty of great apartments in the city of Detroit; however, if you’re a family with children, you have to consider the neighborhood of the apartment community you will rent. Choosing a safe and child-friendly neighborhood in the city not only makes it a great place to raise a family, but you will be ensured that your children will grow up in an ideal environment. If you are planning to move to Detroit City and currently looking for good Detroit apartments, it is important that you know the best neighborhoods to rent apartments in Detroit.
Here are some of the top neighborhoods in Detroit that you could look into:
Considered one of the best neighborhoods in Detroit, Bricktown is located in Beaubien Street (north of Congress Street). It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has plenty of attractions to offer. Although a small neighborhood, the area is full of architectural beauty ranging from late 19th century architecture and early 20th century industrial buildings as well as warehouses. Bricktown is home to the Wayne County Building, the oldest standing church in the city which is the St. Peter and Paul’s Catholic Church and the city’s oldest surviving pub which is the Jacoby’s German Biegarten. Bricktown is one of the best neighborhoods to rent Detroit apartments because it is has a colorful history. Top rated apartments in the neighborhood include Fort Shelby Apartments and the Millender Center Apartments which offer plenty of wonderful amenities such as a fitness center, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a rooftop jogging track, onsite shops and restaurants, penthouses and more.
Another one of the top neighborhoods in Detroit is its downtown area, Downtown Detroit which is bordered by the Fisher Freeway to the North, the Detroit River to the South, the Interstate 375 to the East and the Lodge Freeway to the West. There are plenty of historic attractions in this neighborhood including the Renaissance Center, the Penobscot Building, the Guardian Building and the Comerica Tower. Considered to be Detroit’s central business district, this is a good neighborhood to rent an apartment in the city as you are located near the city’s best shopping and dining areas. Top rated Downtown Detroit Apartments include New Cadillac Square Apartments and Lofts of Merchants Row Apartments and offer great amenities namely private balconies/terraces, a fitness center, rooftop walkouts, a WIFI lounge, walk-in closets and more.
Yet another one of the best neighborhoods to rent Detroit apartments is Greektown which is located between Brush Street and St. Antoine Street, along Monroe Avenue. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, experience Greece in the middle of a buzzing city by eating in restaurants serving authentic Greek cuisine and listening to Greek music played on Monroe Street. Attractions to see in this neighborhood include the Greektown Casino, the St. Mary Roman Catholic Church and the Second Baptist Church. Top rated apartments in this neighborhood include the Washington Square Apartments and the Pavilion Apartments which offer exciting amenities such as a clubhouse, a fitness center, a whirlpool/spa/sauna, a fitness center, an onsite laundry facility, a basketball court, tennis courts and a playground.