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Lincoln Park is a suburban city on the south side of Dearborn, laid out in the Detroit area’s signature meticulous grid system. Historically a residential community, the local rental market is extensive and includes a wide range of affordable apartments, condos, and houses to suit every taste and budget. Fort Street forms the main commercial backbone of town, lined with specialty shops and eclectic international eateries. The urban landscape is broken up by several lush public parks offering sports fields, trails, and shady trees to enjoy at your leisure. The Motor City is just ten miles up Interstate 75, making Lincoln Park an excellent option for commuters on a budget.
As of September 2017, the average apartment rent in Lincoln Park, MI is $561 for a studio, $620 for one bedroom, and $693 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Lincoln Park has increased by 4.3% in the past year.
Apartments for Rent Under $1,500 in Lincoln Park, MI
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