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Downtown Living - A Kalamazoo Apartment Guide

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As a city with an innovative medical industry, commitment to education, and top-notch entertainment, Kalamazoo has become an attractive destination for young professionals.

To help prospective residents decide where to live, we put together a list of apartments within and adjacent to downtown Kalamazoo.

The Exchange

In addition to being one of Kalamazoo’s tallest building, The Exchange is also recognized for the amenities it offers. A 24-hour fitness center and yoga space, clubroom with entertainment options, and rooftop terrace complete with a firepit are just a few of the features that residents can enjoy.

Peregrine 100

The Peregrine Company is an established name when it comes to luxury living and commercial spaces in downtown Kalamazoo. Its newest property, Peregrine 100, offers apartments ranging from 846 to 1,800 square feet. Located on the corner of East Michigan Avenue and the Kalamazoo Mall, residents are a stone’s throw away from some of the most beloved shops and restaurants in the city.

400 Rose

Featuring studio as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments, 400 Rose holds the distinction of being Kalamazoo County’s first LEED Certified apartment structure. Aside from being environmentally friendly, each unit features a sleek design theme that includes granite countertops and vinyl plank flooring. Did we mention it allows pets?

Harrison Circle Apartments

Scheduled to open in September, the Harrison Circle Apartments will bring affordable living to Kalamazoo’s River’s Edge district. Its 80 apartments will range from 550 to 1,143 square feet. September is right around the corner, so be sure to join Harrison Circle Apartment’s waiting list if you are interested in applying.

The Creamery

Located in the Edison neighborhood, The Creamery provides an additional affordable living option. Amenities include in-unit washers and dryers, Energy Star appliances, central air, fiber internet access, indoor bicycle storage, on-site management, and more. Families living in The Creamery can take advantage of the YWCA Children’s Center on the first floor.

180 East Water Street

Move-in ready this summer, this mixed-use development will offer 45 high-quality apartments at affordable, market, and premium rates. In addition to living spaces, this building will also be home to organizations including Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, Southwest Michigan First, Community in Schools, and The Kalamazoo Promise.

Those are some of the newest options for downtown Kalamazoo living. As with many things, Kalamazoo has a wealth of other options for housing. Wherever you call home, we think this community is a great place to live, work, and play!

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