Renaissance City Club Apartments of Detroit

555 Brush Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 • From $116 Per Day
  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly, Dog Friendly, & Pets Considered
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry On Site
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Hot Tub & Indoor Pool

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About this property

33rd Sky Club and Deck now open!!! At Renaissance City Club Apartments, you will have the opportunity to experience Detroit apartment and penthouse living from two exciting points of view. Sitting in the comfort of your apartment home you can gaze out on endless views. The river, downtown skyline, sports stadiums, everything that make the city so exciting are spread out on the busy streets below. Step outside the door and you are in the heart of the city.

Ask about our newly renovated One Bedroom Specials! At Renaissance City Club Apartments, formerly known as Millender Center Apartments, you will have the opportunity to experience Detroit apartment living from two exciting points of view. Sitting in the comfort of your apartment home you can gaze out on endless views. The river, downtown skyline, sports stadiums, everything that makes the city so exciting are spread out on the busy streets below. Step outside the front doors and you are in the heart of the city. The casinos, Renaissance Center, Detroit Riverwalk, Greektown, Hart Plaza, sports venues, theaters, restaurants, and night clubs are all there for you to explore 24 hours a day. You are truly in the middle of everything the city has to offer.

Amenities

24 Concierge Service
Bike Storage
24 hour Business Center
Heated Indoor Saltwater Pool
Hot Tub
Sky Club Room
24-Hour Yoga Room
24 Hour State Of The Art Fitness Club

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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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