$70M redevelopment near downtown Detroit to bring 337 housing units

A large swath of Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood next to downtown would be transformed into a high-density arrangement of mostly market-rate housing under a plan unveiled this afternoon by a development partnership that includes billionaire Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Development Co.

The $70-million project, as first reported Tuesday on freep.com, compasses 8.4 acres and calls for 337 units of new housing in a likely mix of row houses and three- to four-story apartment buildings.

The project also will rehab four mid-19th Century mansions that are currently empty and boarded up.

See original article & photo credit.

You must be logged in to post a comment