Brightmoor apartments attract young people to an old neighborhood that developed in the early 1920s. The neighborhood began when B.E. Taylor bought 160 acres one mile west of the Detroit city limits and opened the Brightmoor subdivision. The city later annexed the land, and the neighborhood became a bastion for working families. The cost of living in Brightmoor is substantially lower than other areas of Detroit. Consider Brightmoor for affordable homes, or look to nearby neighborhoods such as Rosedale to the north, Redford Township to the east and Cody to the south.
Apartments for rent in Brightmoor, MI, offer access to neighborhood parks, playgrounds, entertainment and transportation options. Ride the Detroit People Mover to visit Detroit attractions such as the GM Renaissance Center. Detroit also has many professional theaters and the world's largest outdoor museum at Greenfield Village in nearby Dearborn. The city's Campus Martius Park ranks fourth on a listing of the best public squares, according to Projects for Public Spaces.
You can enjoy many water sports, fishing and port-watching activities along the canals, lakes and rivers in the area. Apartments in Brightmoor, MI, give you access to miles of shoreline and the world's only floating post office on the Detroit River, the J.W. Westcott II. Belle Island Park is the largest island park within a city in the United States.
Brightmoor, MI, apartment rentals include affordable homes for young people and student housing. Use Apartment Guide to find the amenities you want or narrow your choices by number of bedrooms, whether apartments are furnished or unfurnished and other criteria. Remember that utility costs and commuting expenses also contribute to the cost of finding a place to call home, so research average gas, electric and transportation expenses when figuring a monthly budget.