Living in Midtown-Photo by Emmette Nichols

Living in Midtown-Photo by Emmette Nichols

If you want to live in Detroit’s highest concentration of culture, and education then Midtown is definitely the place for you.  You will be surrounded by culture, with the Science Center, N’Namdi Gallery, The Detroit Institute of Arts, MOCAD, just to name a few, being so close you can reach out a touch them. The Center for Creative Studies (CCS), and Wayne State University are also minutes away, so you’ll definitely be in the college part of town. The bonus is that you are positioned in the perfect spot to enjoy the annual Dally in the Alley, as well as, the daily Cass Corridor comeback.  Also the original and former home of 71 POP!  The first pop up retail store in the city, was owned by the creator of “I Am Young Detroit” and she is taking this city by storm.

Because of the Midtown “Move to Detroit” incentive, this area has become very popular.  It’s not impossible to find a place in Midtown, but who wants to try? We do, which is why you need to hire us to find out if there’s anything left out there. Contact us Living@CoolPlacesToLive.com

Walking/biking distance to Wayne State University (WSU), Henry Ford Hospital, College for Creative Studies Argonaut Building (CCS), FisherTheatre, New Center One, Cadillac Place.  A stone’s throw from the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), 2 miles from downtown, and close to all freeways (Lodge M10, I75, I94, I96).