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Contact us today to begin your life downtown!
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom – Immediate Availability
Unit Includes: In Unit Laundry, Private Balcony, Parking Garage Spot
This beautiful Park Row Condo located in the heart of Mid-Town! This 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom unit includes a spacious floor plan, in unit laundry, granite countertops throughout, private deck, and large bedroom with lots of natural light!
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom – Available Immediately
Newly updated, New Wood Laminate Flooring
This 1 Bed/1 Bath downtown Grand Rapids condo to for rent. A define entryway with coat closet leads to the freshly painted open living room & dining area which features NEW wood laminate flooring, large windows, ceiling fan & plenty of space. Galley-style kitchen has everything you need close at hand and includes all appliances. A comfortable bedroom is fully carpeted and includes twin sets of double closets, with the full bath closely situated. Great unit for your busy lifestyle
1 bed, 1 bathroom, Available November 1st
Unit Includes: Extra Large Bedroom, Shared Balcony, Wood Floors, Granite Countertops
This adorable 1 bed/1 bath unit in Hillmount Condos! Located in the desirable Heritage Hill area, perfect for walking or biking to all your favorite spots. Your condo is perfect for entertaining friends and family with it’s open floor plan, wood floors, granite countertops, built-in bar, and large windows providing tons of natural sunlight. The extra-large bedroom allows for all your furniture and has TWO closets for storage and clothes.
1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms – Available Immediately
Two Story Unit, In Unit Laundry, Detached Garage Parking
This Sleek, stylish Union Square condo is thoroughly modern and unique, set in the former Union High School. This contemporary 1 Bed/2 Bath 2-story condo for rent offers elevated ceilings, original hardwood floors & a fabulous layout. On the main floor, the kitchen and living areas are open to each other and accented by floor-to-ceiling windows. Huge kitchen includes stainless steel appliances! There’s a full bath on the main level along with a Murphy bed – perfect for overnight guests! Upstairs, you’ll love the master suite w/ spacious walk-in closet and private full bath complete with 5’x5′ dual jet shower. Private balcony off the living room. Garage spot included. Pets OK. Many fine amenities including gym, pool & lounge. Unit is fully furnished!
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2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
Laundry in Unit, No Parking Included
Don’t miss your opportunity to live in the center of it all! This condo is one
*Note: The master bathroom has 2 showers.
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Laundry In Unit, Gated Parking Space Included
Immediately greeted by
*Note: In-unit laundry is a washer/dryer combo.
1 Bed, 1 Bath
Shared Laundry in Building, Off-Street Parking Included
Completely renovated in
*Note: Building has free wifi, fitness room, and rooftop deck.
1 Bed, 1 bath
In-Unit Laundry, Gated Parking Space Included
Once you step inside, you won’t
*Note: Shorter terms leases available for this unit.
All rentals require one month’s rent as security deposit upon move in. $30 application fee applies. All owners are seeking 1 year lease commitments, except Union Square 116B.
Summer’s in full swing and we’re always asked about the best way to meet the neighbors. Well, we’re taking the guessing work out of it for you. Here are our 5 ‘Must Do’s’ when it comes to being the social neighbor.
1) Introduce Yourself When You’re Settled In: It can be a little awkward smiling across the way when you’re the new guy in town, but taking some initiative will take the guessing work out of the silent exchanges.
2) Be Prepared: Since you’re new to the neighborhood, people are bound to ask you the ‘W’s’. Where’d you move from? Who’s living with you? Being prepared to answer accordingly will help ease the nerves of the first conversation.
3) Be the Host: Now that you’re moved in and organized, invite people to stop by one night for a hot dog (or beer). A cookout now may just win you neighbor of the year and some long-lasting friends.
4) Be Courteous: Don’t be the neighbor that throws a giant, loud party the first week you move or cranks up the lawn mower at 6AM on a Saturday. That will begin to shape the rest of your relationship while living there. A simple way to think about it is, don’t do what you feel would potentially bother you!
5) Ask for Advice: Your neighbors have lived there longer, so a good way to break the ice is to ask for advice. What’s a good lawn care service? Around what time does trash pick up come? Do you recommend a good plowing company? It shows you’re planning on being a good home owner, and gives you an excuse to chat!
Here is a link to our recent newsletter where we talk about meeting the neighbors. Check it out!
Hello Homes is #blessed to have seriously amazing clients. On top of just being great people, some of them are also super handy! In this series, we are showcasing a client that saw the potential in their space and took advantage of it. Let’s begin…
Kelly M. knew that downtown was where she HAD to be. Thus, our search began. After looking at a few different buildings, she narrowed her search on the infamous Union Square. Character, size, location, and price all aligned with her vision. When we listed the unit that is now hers, she knew she had to act fast. After only a handful of days on the market, Kelly submitted an offer and a month later, she was the proud new owner.
HH: What was the one thing that drew you to this condo?
K.M: There were way more than just one! This history of the building was what first drew me in. Then, once I saw the actual unit, it was the openness of the whole place- the high ceilings and the 15 foot windows blew me away. And the spiral staircase of course!
HH: What was one thing you couldn’t wait to change?
K.M: The countertops! And the carpeting in the loft upstairs.
HH: What piece of your remodel do your guests love the most?
K.M: Definitely the mural. I’m not sure if it’s considered a “remodel” but it’s certainly the piece in the unit with the most character.
HH: What projects were DIY and what did you hire a contractor for?
K.M: I ripped up the carpet in the loft and laid hardwood, painted a few walls, and tiled the kitchen backsplash myself. The only thing I hired out was the countertops and the mural.
HH: Where do you enjoy spending most of your time in your new remodel?
K.M: In the living room/kitchen area. It’s so open and my view of the Westside is the best.