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599 Apartments for rent in Saline, MI

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511 Park Pl
511 Park Place
Saline, MI | Saline
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1250 sqft
Last updated February 24 at 06:09 PM
Listed exclusively by J Keller Properties, LLC 734-369-8239. Wonderfully updated condo in the Park Place condominiums- just a short stroll from downtown.
Results within 5 miles of Saline
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8 Units Available
The Emerson Apartments
3000 Signature Blvd
Ann Arbor, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,291
940 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,349
1075 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:06 AM
Bright apartments next to Waymarket Park and near I-94. Recently renovated with stainless steel appliances and in-unit laundry. Community has tennis and volleyball courts. Sauna and swimming pool on site.
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36 Units Available
The Villas at Main Street
101 Lake Village Dr
Ann Arbor, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,305
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,435
1225 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,860
1700 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:46 AM
Landscaped community with large swimming pool, tanning deck and outdoor tennis court. Units have in-home washer/dryer, fireplaces and modern kitchens. Great location near campus, Briarwood Mall, downtown and transportation.
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25 Units Available
The George
2502 Packard St
Ann Arbor, MI | Kimberly Hills
Studio
$1,468
477 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,615
744 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,979
1124 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:46 AM
Welcome to The George, one of the best places for luxury living in Ann Arbor, MI! Our brand new, premier residential community offers a wide variety of studios, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments complete with modern interiors and many
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92 Units Available
Uptown Ann Arbor
3300 Ann Arbor-Saline Road
Ann Arbor, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,575
874 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,790
1384 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,445
1430 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:46 AM
This property is owned by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal. Call and let us tell you why! Bring a new energy to your living experience.
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1 Unit Available
Ivanhoe Apartments
1533 Pine Valley Boulevard
Ann Arbor, MI | Georgetown
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
946 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:45 AM
Ivanhoe Apartments is located in Ann Arbor, MI, which is home to a multitude of museums, parks, restaurants, bars and more, giving you the excitement of city life whenever you want it.
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7 Units Available
Ponds at Georgetown
2511 Packard St
Ann Arbor, MI | Kimberly Hills
2 Bedrooms
$1,429
1050 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,072
1350 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:45 AM
Comfortable units with hardwood floors, two bathrooms, fireplaces and modern kitchens. Located close to the University of Michigan, with easy access to I-94. Residents have access to a swimming pool and community garden.
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22 Units Available
Briar Cove Apartments
650 Waymarket Dr
Ann Arbor, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,185
744 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,507
1162 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,672
1347 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 04:45 AM
Close to shopping and entertainment at Briarwood Mall. Community has a hot tub and resort-style swimming pool, clubhouse and lighted tennis courts. Large apartments with private entrances.
1 Unit Available
1610 White Street - 3
1610 White Street
Ann Arbor, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,200
500 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:35 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1610 White Street - 3 in Ann Arbor. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1702 WEATHERSTONE Drive
1702 Weatherstone Drive
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1125 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
This gorgeous ranch style, second story condo is updated in every way! Hardwood flooring in all areas except Tile in bathrooms, custom cabs and granite counters in kitchen & bathrooms, dry bar, new stainless appliances, smart home technology, custom
1 Unit Available
2104 Pauline Blvd Boulevard
2104 Pauline Boulevard
Ann Arbor, MI | South Maple
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1173 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Beautiful condo with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a walk-in closet, large living room, and a furnished dining room including a dining table and 6 chairs. Hardwood floors throughout. Third floor balcony.
1 Unit Available
2708 Glenbridge Court
2708 Glenbridge Court
Ann Arbor, MI | Georgetown
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
882 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Available mid February! One year lease minimum or long-term. Pet friendly! Desirable Georgetown condo located in the heart of Ann Arbor minutes from downtown, campus, I-94, US-23. Townhome end unit with full basement, 2 bedrooms, and attached garage.
1 Unit Available
1608 Oakfield Drive
1608 Oakfield Drive
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1212 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
This Spacious 2nd Floor Unit Is Close To Shopping, Restaurants And expressways. The Open Floor Plan Features Vaulted Ceilings And a Dining Room Can be Used as Study, Office Or Third Bedroom.
1 Unit Available
1406 Fox Pointe Circle
1406 Fox Pointe Circle
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,675
1409 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
A condo that feels like home! This spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit with an office or 3rd bedroom is warm and inviting with an open concept living area full of natural light, plenty of space for seating around the Kitchen bar as well as a
1 Unit Available
1553 Chapleau Drive
1553 Chapleau Drive
Washtenaw County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
2112 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Make this spacious and well-maintained Hometown Village home your own! Nestled on the west side of Ann Arbor and backing to a pond and greenspace, this property greets you with a quaint front porch that welcomes you into the generous great room with
1 Unit Available
521 Snyder Avenue
521 Snyder Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
935 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Beautifully renovated townhouse right down the street from the Big House & Almendinger Park. 2 Bedrooms, kitchen with new Cabinetry, Granite Countertops, and stainless Appliances.
1 Unit Available
1400 Morton Avenue
1400 Morton Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
945 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Lower Burns Park next to bus stop. Exterior doors are secure. Two bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 baths. Freshly painted, carpet cleaned, Updated kitchen with generous pantry.
1 Unit Available
1296 Heatherwood Lane
1296 Heatherwood Lane
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1240 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
2 bedroom, 2 full bathroom well maintained, entry level condo available to rent immediately! Private office with closet could be used as a third bedroom. Galley kitchen with bar top seating opens to the spacious, well lit living room.
1 Unit Available
3022 Orinoco Ln
3022 Orinico Lane
Washtenaw County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1414 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Spacious end unit in Blue Heron Pointe. Move in today, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, attached garage and laundry inside the unit. Conveniently located to expressways, shopping, etc.
1 Unit Available
452 W Stadium
452 East Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor, MI | Lower Burns Park
4 Bedrooms
$4,800
3404 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
One of a kind opportunity to live in a newer 4 Bedroom and 5 full bath luxury penthouse condominium close to the Michigan Football Stadium. 4 dedicated underground garage parking spaces. The photos are of an identical unit.
1 Unit Available
3740 Pleasant Lake Road
3740 Pleasant Lake Road
Washtenaw County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$2,750
2073 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
Renovated open floor plan quality built ranch that is an entertainers dream. Beautiful hickory cabinets, maple floors, huge granite island, eating area off of the true chef's kitchen and separate dining area with built in granite buffet.
1 Unit Available
3270 E Alpine Drive
3270 Alpine Dr
Ann Arbor, MI | Clinton-George
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1280 sqft
Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
This end unit 3 bedroom 3 bathroom condo/townhome has a great location with views of the open space and the Georgetown golf course. The entry level has a large living room with many windows and half bath.
1 Unit Available
1301 Millbrook Trail
1301 Millbrook Trail
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1212 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated February 25 at 05:03 AM
This Upper level Heatherwood condominium Unit is Ready to Move-in. 2 bedrooms, Study can be used as third bedroom. Kitchen opens to living area. Two full bathrooms. A one-car detached garage and extra parking space.
1 Unit Available
1359 Fox Pointe Cir
1359 Fox Pointe Circle
Washtenaw County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1380 sqft
Last updated February 24 at 06:09 PM
Spacious and Open Concept Wth A Great View - Property Id: 460300 Location is perfect for everything Ann Arbor plus! Fox Pointe Condo has an open layout with beautiful flowing pond view.
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Apartment Rentals in Saline start at $1,700/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Saline. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include College for Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Wayne State University, and Wayne County Community College District.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Saline. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include College for Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Wayne State University, and Wayne County Community College District.

City Guide

Saline
If you heard the name "Saline" and immediately thought about the solution in which you soak your contact lenses every night, you're not far off. "Saline" is the French word for "salty" and became the name of this Michigan town because of the salt springs that its 19th-century French settlers and Native Americans found nearby.
If you heard the name "Saline" and immediately thought about the solution in which you soak your contact lenses every night, you're not far off. "Saline" is the French word for "salty" and became the name of this Michigan town because of the salt springs that its 19th-century French settlers and Native Americans found nearby.

Saline is a 10-minute drive from the bustling, tech-driven atmosphere of Ann Arbor. However, in many ways, a stay in the community of 8,810 residents feels like a trip to the past. Several of Saline's residents work in Ann Arbor, but live in Saline to escape the bigger city's hustle and bustle (and comparatively higher cost of living).

Moving to Saline

Many Saline residents own their homes, so the city's rental situation is a bit dicey. Rental houses in Saline exist, but might be hard to come by. Saline also has duplexes for rent, but, as with rental houses, it doesn't have many of them. However, the city does have apartments for rent, most of them in apartment communities like Six Trails Apartment Homes. Because there's no distinct neighborhoods in Saline, if you're looking for townhouses to rent, you might be best venturing toward Ann Arbor, which offers a greater variety of rental options than does Saline.

Moving to Saline
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Many Saline residents own their homes, so the city's rental situation is a bit dicey. Rental houses in Saline exist, but might be hard to come by. Saline also has duplexes for rent, but, as with rental houses, it doesn't have many of them. However, the city does have apartments for rent, most of them in apartment communities like Six Trails Apartment Homes. Because there's no distinct neighborhoods in Saline, if you're looking for townhouses to rent, you might be best venturing toward Ann Arbor, which offers a greater variety of rental options than does Saline.

Living in Saline

There's really nothing special a person must do to prepare for life in Saline, other than maintain the desire to live in a small city that celebrates its history. Even the city's youngsters embrace an "old-timey" ethos. Saline has two groups of teenaged fiddlers (the "Saline Fiddlers" and "Fiddlers Restrung") who shun the music of Bieber in favor of authentic folk, bluegrass and swing tunes.

Saline's most notable neighborhood is its downtown district, whose 100-year-old buildings house a variety of bakeries, taverns, specialty shops and restaurants. The city's downtown merchants also host events like "Taste of Saline" and a concert series called "Music Under the Arch." Less than a mile away, in Mill Pond Park, Saline's annual Celtic Festival celebrates traditional music, food, and dance every summer.

What else is there to do in Saline? If you like marionettes (and, really, who doesn't?), you're in luck, as the Saline District Library has a permanent exhibit of the hinge-limbed puppets created by artist Meredith Bixby. Saline also has a museum in its former train depot, as well as a museum dedicated to farming. In addition, it offers 240 acres of park space. Getting to all these places is easy. Residents use their own vehicles, or take advantage of the People's Express mass transit program, which offers trips during regular business hours from Monday through Friday. Saline is also a hop, skip and a jump away from Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, where visitors can watch theatrical performances, stroll through botanical gardens, or catch football games on sunny autumn days.

Living in Saline
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There's really nothing special a person must do to prepare for life in Saline, other than maintain the desire to live in a small city that celebrates its history. Even the city's youngsters embrace an "old-timey" ethos. Saline has two groups of teenaged fiddlers (the "Saline Fiddlers" and "Fiddlers Restrung") who shun the music of Bieber in favor of authentic folk, bluegrass and swing tunes.

Saline's most notable neighborhood is its downtown district, whose 100-year-old buildings house a variety of bakeries, taverns, specialty shops and restaurants. The city's downtown merchants also host events like "Taste of Saline" and a concert series called "Music Under the Arch." Less than a mile away, in Mill Pond Park, Saline's annual Celtic Festival celebrates traditional music, food, and dance every summer.

What else is there to do in Saline? If you like marionettes (and, really, who doesn't?), you're in luck, as the Saline District Library has a permanent exhibit of the hinge-limbed puppets created by artist Meredith Bixby. Saline also has a museum in its former train depot, as well as a museum dedicated to farming. In addition, it offers 240 acres of park space. Getting to all these places is easy. Residents use their own vehicles, or take advantage of the People's Express mass transit program, which offers trips during regular business hours from Monday through Friday. Saline is also a hop, skip and a jump away from Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, where visitors can watch theatrical performances, stroll through botanical gardens, or catch football games on sunny autumn days.

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City Guide

Saline
If you heard the name "Saline" and immediately thought about the solution in which you soak your contact lenses every night, you're not far off. "Saline" is the French word for "salty" and became the name of this Michigan town because of the salt springs that its 19th-century French settlers and Native Americans found nearby.
If you heard the name "Saline" and immediately thought about the solution in which you soak your contact lenses every night, you're not far off. "Saline" is the French word for "salty" and became the name of this Michigan town because of the salt springs that its 19th-century French settlers and Native Americans found nearby.

Saline is a 10-minute drive from the bustling, tech-driven atmosphere of Ann Arbor. However, in many ways, a stay in the community of 8,810 residents feels like a trip to the past. Several of Saline's residents work in Ann Arbor, but live in Saline to escape the bigger city's hustle and bustle (and comparatively higher cost of living).

Moving to Saline

Many Saline residents own their homes, so the city's rental situation is a bit dicey. Rental houses in Saline exist, but might be hard to come by. Saline also has duplexes for rent, but, as with rental houses, it doesn't have many of them. However, the city does have apartments for rent, most of them in apartment communities like Six Trails Apartment Homes. Because there's no distinct neighborhoods in Saline, if you're looking for townhouses to rent, you might be best venturing toward Ann Arbor, which offers a greater variety of rental options than does Saline.

Moving to Saline
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Many Saline residents own their homes, so the city's rental situation is a bit dicey. Rental houses in Saline exist, but might be hard to come by. Saline also has duplexes for rent, but, as with rental houses, it doesn't have many of them. However, the city does have apartments for rent, most of them in apartment communities like Six Trails Apartment Homes. Because there's no distinct neighborhoods in Saline, if you're looking for townhouses to rent, you might be best venturing toward Ann Arbor, which offers a greater variety of rental options than does Saline.

Living in Saline

There's really nothing special a person must do to prepare for life in Saline, other than maintain the desire to live in a small city that celebrates its history. Even the city's youngsters embrace an "old-timey" ethos. Saline has two groups of teenaged fiddlers (the "Saline Fiddlers" and "Fiddlers Restrung") who shun the music of Bieber in favor of authentic folk, bluegrass and swing tunes.

Saline's most notable neighborhood is its downtown district, whose 100-year-old buildings house a variety of bakeries, taverns, specialty shops and restaurants. The city's downtown merchants also host events like "Taste of Saline" and a concert series called "Music Under the Arch." Less than a mile away, in Mill Pond Park, Saline's annual Celtic Festival celebrates traditional music, food, and dance every summer.

What else is there to do in Saline? If you like marionettes (and, really, who doesn't?), you're in luck, as the Saline District Library has a permanent exhibit of the hinge-limbed puppets created by artist Meredith Bixby. Saline also has a museum in its former train depot, as well as a museum dedicated to farming. In addition, it offers 240 acres of park space. Getting to all these places is easy. Residents use their own vehicles, or take advantage of the People's Express mass transit program, which offers trips during regular business hours from Monday through Friday. Saline is also a hop, skip and a jump away from Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, where visitors can watch theatrical performances, stroll through botanical gardens, or catch football games on sunny autumn days.

Living in Saline
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There's really nothing special a person must do to prepare for life in Saline, other than maintain the desire to live in a small city that celebrates its history. Even the city's youngsters embrace an "old-timey" ethos. Saline has two groups of teenaged fiddlers (the "Saline Fiddlers" and "Fiddlers Restrung") who shun the music of Bieber in favor of authentic folk, bluegrass and swing tunes.

Saline's most notable neighborhood is its downtown district, whose 100-year-old buildings house a variety of bakeries, taverns, specialty shops and restaurants. The city's downtown merchants also host events like "Taste of Saline" and a concert series called "Music Under the Arch." Less than a mile away, in Mill Pond Park, Saline's annual Celtic Festival celebrates traditional music, food, and dance every summer.

What else is there to do in Saline? If you like marionettes (and, really, who doesn't?), you're in luck, as the Saline District Library has a permanent exhibit of the hinge-limbed puppets created by artist Meredith Bixby. Saline also has a museum in its former train depot, as well as a museum dedicated to farming. In addition, it offers 240 acres of park space. Getting to all these places is easy. Residents use their own vehicles, or take advantage of the People's Express mass transit program, which offers trips during regular business hours from Monday through Friday. Saline is also a hop, skip and a jump away from Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan, where visitors can watch theatrical performances, stroll through botanical gardens, or catch football games on sunny autumn days.