Detroit Neighborhoods

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Jennifer

Developer, Detroit

THE EAST SIDE

Cultural gems, outdoor activities, and state parks.

 


Detroit’s East Side is home to some of the city’s most popular attractions: Historic Eastern Market fills with vendors and scents every Saturday, Belle Isle offers a days worth of activity and beaches, along with the Detroit Yacht and Boat Clubs. Several neighborhoods populate the East Side, with the Villages (Indian Village, East English Village, and West Village,) Poletown, Chene Park, and Harbortown offering a diversity of lifestyles and communities.

SOUTHWEST DETROIT

Families, diversity, food, art and culture.

 


Southwest Detroit is a diverse and robust arts and culture hub composed of Italian, Mexican, Ecuadorian, Polish, Hungarian, and Irish communities, Offering amenties like plentiful specialty markets, unique bars and restaurants, a variety of religious organizations, Southwest Detroit encompasses the quaint Hubbard Farms neighborhood, the popular Clark Park, Corktown, Mexicantown, the Ambassador Bridge,  and many other historic landmarks.

THE WEST SIDE

Historic Neighborhoods, Architecture and Parks

 


If quiet and residential communities with an ease of access to Southeast Michigan is your goal, Detroit’s West Side offers plenty. Historic Districts pepper this region: Boston Edison’ electic boulevards, Woodbridge’s Victorian Mansions, Russel Woods,  the University District surrounding the University of Detroit Mercy,  and Palmer Park’s meandering village of limestone. Primarily residential and without the mixed-use development of other denser regions of the city, the West Side offers a traditional style of living and great road access to wherever you want to go.

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