• Call now to receive 1-month free upfront on select apartments! Limited time only!

• Apartments starting at $1,495 INCLUDING free Parking, Water, Sewer, and Trash.

• Current residents, our resident referral has been increased to $1,000 for a Limited Time Only. Call the office for more details.

• Do you work for Ford, GM, or Chrysler? If so, ask us how we can save you over $500 off your move-in cost!

Preferred Employers: Ford, General Motors, Cadillac, Chrysler, Quicken Loans, City of Detroit, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Detroit Public Schools, Wayne State Students/Employees, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit Medical Center, All Casino Employees, DTE Energy, and Meijer Employees

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Discover Orleans Landing, a brand-new riverfront community showcasing stunning one and two-bedroom downtown Detroit apartments and two-bedroom townhouses. Orleans Landing was artfully crafted with you in mind, with modern interiors and well-appointed common areas. Our community is scenically set on the Detroit River, located near plenty of commuting, dining, shopping and entertainment options. Experience downtown Detroit your way with Orleans Landing.

Our apartments and townhomes are designed for comfort and style, with granite countertops, plank wood flooring, and modern cabinetry. Your new home comes complete with a washer and dryer, central air conditioning, and more conveniences that are hard to find in other downtown Detroit apartments. Orleans Landing also offers several community amenities including a sparkling swimming pool, fully-equipped fitness center, and a fully furnished community clubhouse with a big screen TV.

Orleans Landing provides stylish comfort in a vibrant, riverfront setting. Every inch of our community was hand-picked for ultimate residential comfort and convenience. If you’re in search of a downtown Detroit apartment, call, email or stop by our leasing office today to schedule your private tour. We look forward to welcoming you home!

Urban Revitalization

Urban Revitalization

Orleans Landing is part of a decade long effort to develop the Detroit riverfront as an urban green space. Historically, the waterfront was industrial, but now it features art, parks, plazas, trails for exercise and a host of events that residents will enjoy.