DETROIT, MI – 08-24-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Detroit is a great place for new residents, whether you are relocating from the suburbs, out of state or even from another country. There is a new vibe in the city created by the revitalized downtown area. Detroit has a rich history of changes over the decades and has reviatlized itself again this decade. It is the most popular destination for new residents.
Why is the city so popular with new residents? Well one of the key factors are the great neighborhoods within the downtown core.Here is a run down of the key locations new residents are enjoying and moving into in Detroit.
CorktownListed on the National Register of Historic Places, Corktown is Detroit’s oldest neighbourhood. With an Irish-turned-hipster haven, it is filled with lots of friendly pubs and dive bar hangouts, keeping residents and visitors entertained.
The District Little Caesars Arena is the place to be in The District. Home of the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons, other sports events, concerts, family shows and community functions to mention a few, there is plenty to see, eat and do here.
Entertainment DistrictBrimming with two professional sports facilities: Comerica Park and Ford Field, plus theatres and music venues, there is plenty of activities to keep individuals and families entertained.
GreektownAs the name suggests, be transported back to the authentic feel of old world Greece, as you roam the streets, take in the atmosphere and relax in the company of others. It is also the home to one of three Detroit casinos.
MidtownWith art galleries, markets, independent retail shops, clubs and critically acclaimed cuisine in metro Detroit, Midtown boasts eccentric communities and is a must visit. Wayne State University, Shinola and other major cultural institutions are also located here.
RivertownWhether you are a biker, walker or simply sightseeing, Rivertown welcomes you all. The Detroit International Riverwalk has endless bars and restaurants plus an amphitheatre and the usual public amenities to keep you entertained for hours. So, join a tour, rent a bike and take in the amazing views including Detroit’s international neighbour, Canada.
Finding a place to stayAs you fall in love with Detroit again and again, it’s time to find a place to rent. Be thorough in your research of the areas and locations. Whether you want a swanky condo in Downtown Detroit overlooking Canada across from the river, or a palatial colonial family home in the grand areas of University District, you’ll be amazed at what you can find in Detroit. When budgeting, you should expect to pay $800 – $2,000 per month for family rental homes.
One company that has made it easy to find rental properties such as Detroit apartments or Michigan homes for rent is called Detroit City Homes. Through their website, Detroit City Homes can help you to find out where to go and where to live in Detroit. They have hundreds of rental listings throughout the city of Detroit and the inner suburbs.
Most new residents looking for rental apartments and homes first look at Downtown Detroit, Midtown, North End and adjoining neighborhoods. This area collectively is called the Greater Downtown area. With the influx of new restaurants, bars and hipster coffeeshops, plus improved transport connectivity with the light rail running through Woodward Av., this place has become the top location for city living. Furthermore, if you are a sports fan you have all the major sports in one locations – not many cities can lay claim to that!
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