Royal Oak is great place to live. With its bustling downtown and numerous amenities, it provides easy access to the region's most exciting attractions. You're never far away from shopping or dining, and convenience shopping is within walking distance. See below for numerous opportunities to reside in one of south east Michigan's trendiest cities.
Downtown Royal Oak's traditional downtown layout is ideal for walking and biking. Relying more on bicycles and walking, where possible, reduces parking demands, traffic congestion, and is environmentally friendly. Downtown Royal Oak is an extremely walkable place. With over 5.3 miles of sidewalks, frequent pedestrian crossings, and a densely built environment, it is referred to as a walker's paradise. Downtown's walkability score is so incredibly high, that daily errands do not require a car. With a shared bike lane going north to south on Washington Avenue, a high frequency of bike racks, and brand new wayfinding signage, Downtown Royal Oak can easily accommodate bicycle transit.
432 S Washington Ave
Luxury, high-rise condos high above the coolest small town in America. Built in 2007, this 78 unit, 18 stories, condominium includes covered parking and enjoys the central location of Washington Avenue.
100 W Fifth St
Skylofts Royal Oak offers 70 dramatic loft-style residences atop a new eight-story building that also includes two levels of private parking, a fitness center and ground-floor retail. The sleek, contemporary structure will hold a prominent place in downtown Royal Oak, Michigan, as the five residential floors are sheathed entirely in glass with distinctive trim and balconies.
310 W. 6th St
Described as fun, modern and hip, these apartments break the mold of what you might find in the region. With a focus on being central to the activity of downtown and being pet-friendly, Urbane is located in the heart of Downtown on W. 6th Street.
Barton Towers Co-op
333 N Troy St
Barton Towers Co-op is located near downtown Royal Oak and is a 15 story, 210 unit senior community for independent living ages 62 and over with limited underage apartments for mobility impaired members. Barton Towers is nationally recognized as “A Community of Quality” by the National Affordable Housing Management Association. The property was completed in 1983 and has been recently remodeled.
Main North Lofts
360 N Main St
Main North is quite easily Royal Oaks’ most prestigious living environment. This community is located at the gateway the the downtown at the north east corner of 11 Mile and Main Street.
Royal Oak Manor Co-op
606 Williams St
Royal Oak Manor is a located in the heart of the city of Royal Oak, with all the excitement of the area at your fingertips or within walking distance. This 11 story, 240-unit senior community offers the enjoyment and freedom that comes with independent living aged 62+. Royal Oak Manor is nationally recognized as “A Community of Quality” by the National Affordable Housing Management Association. The property was completed in 1973.
Troy Street Lofts
614 S Troy St
The loft revolution began in the 1950s when many artists and residents decided to convert vacant industrial and warehouse buildings in Manhattan's SoHo district into spacious living and work spaces. The exposed ceilings, multistory windows, open floor plans, cast-iron framing, and cement floors were perfect settings for studios, galleries, and avant-garde homes. It wasn't long before the SoHo lifestyle caught the public's imagination by storm and loft living became a worldwide phenomenon. Today, Main Street Lofts and Troy Street Lofts in Royal Oak are more than just a transplanted great idea-they are unique.