Lofts At Merchant Row Apartment Homes

1247 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI 48226 • From $121 Per Day
  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly, Dog Friendly, & Pets Considered
  • Off Street Parking & On Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

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About this property

Imagine living in an apartment high above the heart of a city that is transforming daily. Year-round events could be at your home's doorstep... whether it's a Detroit Tiger baseball game at Comerica Park, a concert at the Fox Theater, or trying your luck at the local casinos – your life will be full of activity! That's what life could be if you lived here.

Be part of the Lofts of Merchants Row, Detroit's premier loft apartments -- featuring amenities not offered anywhere else in the city!

If you're looking for a downtown Detroit apartment or loft, you'll want to check out The Lofts of Merchants Row. Our spacious and modern lofts all feature state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances, and are centrally located to everything in downtown Detroit. Whether you're a professional working downtown or a student at Wayne State University or Detroit Mercy's Law or Dental School, our lofts provide the perfect downtown lifestyle.


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24 Hour Valet Parking
Workout Facility
Spacious Closets
Approved Pets Welcome
Intercom Entrance
Large Dining Area
Unique Floor Plans
Resident Functions
Free Weekly Shuttle to the Farmers Market.
Washer and Dryer Included

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Tell anyone you're planning to visit Detroit, and watch their eyebrows shoot up in confusion. They'll exclaim 'Why?' and warn you that Detroit is broke, has off-the-charts homicide rates, and nearly 80,000 abandoned buildings and foreclosed homes. While Detroit has bombed-out, apocalyptic feel, these qualities power a raw urban energy you won't find elsewhere. Artists, entrepreneurs and young people are coming to Detroit, converting vacant lots into urban farms and empty buildings into cafes and museums. But there's a long way to go, and how the city navigates the tricky path to recovery is still to be seen.

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