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Chelsea Park Apartments
25900 Chelsea Park Dr
Taylor, MI
1 Bedroom
$955
2 Bedrooms
$1,095
3 Bedrooms
$1,405
Located just 18 miles outside Detroit and close to Heritage and Papp Parks. Apartments have central air and heating, washer/dryer and large windows. Community has baseball diamond, grills and walking path.
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Starting at $1,300
Updated 4 hrs ago
9305 Hazel St
9305 Hazel St
Taylor, MI
4 Bedrooms
$1,300
Starting at $950
Updated 2 days ago
6010 WESTLAKE Street
6010 WESTLAKE Street
Taylor, MI
3 Bedrooms
$950
Starting at $1,000
Updated 5 days ago
9046 Weddel St
9046 Weddel St
Taylor, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
Starting at $1,250
Updated 7 days ago
9602 Sylvester St
9602 Sylvester St
Taylor, MI
Studio
$1,250
Starting at $775
Updated 12 days ago
15843 McGuire St
15843 McGuire St
Taylor, MI
3 Bedrooms
$775
Starting at $1,300
Updated 1 month ago
7130 PARDEE
7130 PARDEE
Taylor, MI
Studio
$1,300
Starting at $1,700
Updated 1 month ago
10888 Pardee Rd
10888 Pardee Rd
Taylor, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
Starting at $1,100
Updated 1 month ago
20730 Shannon Street
20730 Shannon Street
Taylor, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Starting at $800
Updated 1 month ago
5968 Fellrath St
5968 Fellrath St
Taylor, MI
2 Bedrooms
$800
Starting at $3,000
Updated 2 months ago
24863 EUREKA Road
24863 EUREKA Road
Taylor, MI
Studio
$3,000
Starting at $2,500
Updated 2 months ago
12680 ALLEN Road
12680 ALLEN Road
Taylor, MI
Studio
$2,500
Starting at $850
Updated 2 months ago
8750 TELEGRAPH Road
8750 TELEGRAPH Road
Taylor, MI
Studio
$850
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Starting at $820
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South Pointe Apartments
16505 Grace Ct
Southgate, MI
1 Bedroom
$820
2 Bedrooms
$940
Close to I-75 and within a short drive of Dix-Toledo Highway. Attractive apartment homes have modern kitchen appliances, garbage disposal, and private laundry amenities. Resident facilities include a pool and 24-hour gym. Pet friendly.
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Starting at $1,095
Updated 20 hrs ago
5720 Cornell St
5720 Cornell St
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
Starting at $750
Updated 2 days ago
4004 Bayhan St
4004 Bayhan St
Inkster, MI
2 Bedrooms
$750
Starting at $1,100
Updated 4 days ago
18203 COLGATE
18203 COLGATE
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Starting at $3,200
Updated 9 days ago
20916 Van Born Road
20916 Van Born Road
Dearborn Heights, MI
Studio
$3,200
Starting at $1,250
Updated 12 days ago
4622 EDGEWOOD Street
4622 EDGEWOOD Street
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
Starting at $1,200
Updated 15 days ago
6621 Pelham Rd
6621 Pelham Rd
Allen Park, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
Starting at $1,300
Updated 15 days ago
4673 LINCOLN Boulevard
4673 LINCOLN Boulevard
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
Starting at $900
Updated 16 days ago
4402 Culver St
4402 Culver St
Dearborn Heights, MI
2 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $1,200
Updated 16 days ago
5649 MONROE
5649 MONROE
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
Starting at $1,300
Updated 16 days ago
4916 HURON
4916 HURON
Dearborn Heights, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,300

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"Made for You!" (-Taylor town motto)

The modern city of Taylor, named after President Zachary Taylor, was originally known as Taylor Township when it was organized into an urban center in 1849. As the town and surrounding settlements grew over the next 100 years, Taylor became one of the many suburbs of its sprawling next-door neighbor, Detroit. Now home to about 63,000 people, Taylor retains its individuality through neighborhood centers, community groups, and its slightly Southern feel, which earned it the nickname "Taylortucky."

Living and Renting Like a Native Taylortuckian

The cost of setting up utility accounts in Taylor is on par with most other cities, and the bills you can expect from these accounts will total about $260 per month on average, which is slightly more expensive than the natural average. Aside from this pesky detail, however, Taylor residents actually enjoy lower utility expenses than the rest of the country by a significant margin. Apart from rental fees, the areas in which Taylor residents spend the most money are food and drink, transportation, health and family, and shopping.

Food and drink is reportedly the highest of these categories, which makes sense because there are a lot of great places to go out, eat and drink in this city. Putting high value on fun and community, Taylortuckians enjoy spending time in clubs and restaurants with their friends and family on weekends and after work, which also explains the next large expense -- transportation. An estimated 10 percent of workers in Taylor commute to and from work as part of a carpool, as there are no public trains in this suburb. But don't get up in arms about sitting in traffic for hours--the average commute from home to work is a manageable 25 minutes.

Home Rentals in Taylor

There is a wide range of available houses and apartments throughout the city of Taylor, and for the most part prices are pretty much homogenous from one end of the city to another. For this reason, your house-hunting or apartment-hunting methods should focus on the area of Taylor where you would prefer to reside, and leave price out of the equation. Each section of the city has something different to offer its residents: The downtown area has more of an "up all night" feel to it, while the further sections of the city have more of a quiet, residential vibe. In the former, you can find a few studio apartments for rent, while in the latter sections you can find both apartment complexes and townhouses for rent.

Lincoln Park: Lincoln Park is a quaint, affordable Taylor neighborhood that boasts its own public library and river view access. The homes here are well-kept and accommodating in size. Prices are fairly low, making this one of the most accessible parts of the city for newcomers. This district is unique in that as you get closer to the river, the cost of living does not rise sharply. $

Lakes of Taylor Golf Course and Papp Park: Apartment rentals near the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course and Papp Park are plentiful and prices are typically low, though utilities are not included. $

West of Taylor: This area is near the city's outskirts, where you can find luxury apartment complexes in which residents enjoy pool access, community gym access and other amenities specific to the apartment or condo board agreements. West of Taylor part of town is more lush and landscaped than the region closer to the river, and the prices of apartments and home rental here reflects the generally more pleasing scenery. $$

Sports and Pizza: Low-Key Luxuries

Over the years, this city has produced a number of (relatively) famous Americans, such as Joe C. of Kid Rock fame, Steve Avery of Major League Baseball, hockey player Wayne Presley, singer Phil Druyor, and the Albanian-born founder of Taylor's first Bektashi Monastery, Baba Rexheb.

Sports, especially baseball, is very important to this city. Aside from producing Major League Baseball stars, Taylor is home to the Junior League World Series as well as the Taylor South Little League. Soccer is also celebrated, with residents getting together to play one another at the Taylor Soccer Club. At the Taylor Sportsplex, the Michigan State soccer team, The Detroit Waza, play as a part of the Professional Arena Soccer League.

If all that athleticism leaves you hungry, you'll be well taken care of: In 1973, James Hearn opened the very first Hungry Howie's Pizza right here on Telegraph Road in Taylor, Michigan, and now his pizza chain is a national success story. Hearn's very first Hungry Howie's location can still be found at 8225 S. Telegraph Road, so whenever you are hungry for some Taylor history (and a slice or two), you can walk right in and order your very own flavored-crust pizza or calzone-style sub sandwich.

For a dining experience with a little more foreign flavor, Taylor has many more options for the intrepid connoisseur. Malek Al Kabob is a top-rated Middle Eastern restaurant located at 22371 Goddard: the food here has been described as a "life-altering experience." Amigo's Mexican Restaurant on Eureka Road is another great choice for ethnic food, boasting top ratings among Taylor residents and visitors alike.

For some American-style cuisine in the city, try out Pete's Place, Texas Roadhouse, or the Flamingo Family Restaurant for American and Greek-inspired entrees and desserts.

To be a full-fledged part of this community, you need more than just a job and a rental home: you need a love of baseball, soccer, and All-American food and friendship.

August 2018 Taylor Rent Report

Welcome to the August 2018 Taylor Rent Report. Taylor rents declined over the past month. In this report, we'll evaluate trends in the Taylor rental market, including comparisons to cities throughout the metro, state, and nation.

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