This is a senior living community. A minimum age requirement of 55 or 62 will apply. Not all renters will qualify. Please contact the property for details.

Highland Towers

25225 Greenfield, Southfield MI 48075
$575 - $7851-2 BedsNo Pets

Floor Plans

1 Bedroom - starting at $575 / mo
2 Bedrooms - starting at $785 / mo

Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.


DishwasherGarbage DisposalRefrigerator


Laundry Facility


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No Pets


Air ConditioningBalcony, Patio, DeckCable ReadyCarpetingSome Utilities CoveredView


Accepts Electronic Payments, Alarm, Clubhouse, Controlled Access, Disability Access, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, On Site Maintenance, On Site Management, Pool


24-Hour Emergency Maintenance, Ample Parking, Beautiful Views, Blinds Included, Close to Highways!, Close to Public Transportation, Community Lounge, EXCELLENT Location!, FREE Heat, FREE Trash removal, FREE Water, Fully Equipped Kitchens, Great Senior Community Living!, Handicap Accessible Units Available, Handrails, Heat Included, Laundry, Online Rent Payment, Private Balcony, Professional, Friendly Staff, Public Transportation, Range, Senior Living, Special Discounts Available

Property Details

At Highland Towers, you're in the middle of things. There are stores and services all around you. Minutes to shopping, restaurants, I-696, the Lodge Freeway, hospitals and professional buildings, lakes, parks and much, much more. So, no matter where you go, no matter what your needs, you can always feel at home....Highland Towers.

Leasing Terms

Please call for lease terms. No Pets. Call for service animal policy.

Pet Policy

No Pets. Call for service animal policy.

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Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Managed by

Broder & Sachse

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