- MLS® #: 219052281
- 445 E Milwaukee St
- Detroit, MI 48202
- 2 Bed, 2.2 Bath, 2,397 SqFt
The borders of Uptown Detroit, MI, may not be defined as well as some of the other hip neighborhoods in the city, such as Downtown and Midtown. However, one of the most invigorating things about buying or investing in Detroit is that the city has almost always been a place of change. Now, a large wave of urban development is changing the map, leading to exciting opportunities and new, hip areas. The city's position as a center of production and innovation might be switching gears, but, like many urban centers, people are coming here increasingly to experience the convenience, efficiency and culture of centralized living. (read more about Uptown Detroit)
Below you'll find all the Uptown Detroit condos currently available for sale. Call us anytime at 313-497-4450 for help with the condos you see here or to schedule a tour.
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Geographically, the area has many of the same benefits as its more well-established neighbors. Since Uptown is on the Woodward Avenue corridor, there's easy access to Downtown. There, residents can access Waterfront Park Plaza along the Detroit River, as well as many of the city's finest museums, stadiums and cultural institutions. The central area is just a few minutes away, but Uptown is also well situated for access to the suburban communities, such as Royal Oak, that are a little further out from the city center. There are plenty of long-standing businesses and institutions that form the cornerstones for various micro-neighborhoods, but developers and city planners are now starting to look at Uptown as a single, cohesive unit.
Many longtime residents have been building communities and running businesses in what's coming to be known as Uptown. It's a vibrant, diverse place in terms of architecture, with detached housing, low-rise buildings and condo developments. Prospective buyers for convenient, contemporary options should probably start their search along Woodward, as it's one of the main cultural and transportation corridors for the city of Detroit. After you browse the homes available in the general area, please contact a local expert directly for up-to-date information about this rapidly developing neighborhood.