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Welcome to 104 Edmund Place in Detroit’s historic Brush Park. This 19th century Victorian mansion contains nine extremely unique condos that offer a wide variety of floor plans, square footage, and price. Six of the units make up the main house (the massive Penthouse takes up the entire third floor!), while three are in the back carriage homes.
Standing at 38 stories tall, The Stott is one of the most iconic landmarks in the historic Capitol Park neighborhood. The Stott’s 107 beautifully crafted suites offer residents high- end finishes and breathtaking views of the city. Within minutes of their front door, residents have immediate access to restaurants like La Lanterna, Prime + Proper, and Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, as well as one-of-a-kind boutique retailers like Shinola, Bird Bee, and Bonobos.
Owners enjoy the best of both worlds — the quiet peacefulness of the gated Harbortown community, and the energy of Detroit. Whirlpool appliance packages w/ Kitchen Aid upgrade, White Quartz countertops, Milano high gloss cabinets, GE Washer & Dryer, Exposed cement columns, Polished concrete countertops.
The Assembly is Corktown’s newest residential development along the beautiful Detroit River, intertwining the vibrant pulse of city life with a tight-knit community atmosphere. This reformed, four-story warehouse offers a unique loft experience in one of Detroit’s most charming and charismatic neighborhoods.
MAP ADDRESS 9000 E. Jefferson Ave. Detroit, MI 48214 DESCRIPTION Rising 30 stories above Detroit’s Jefferson Avenue, the historic Jeffersonian has undergone a multimillion-dollar renovation, delivering high-quality hospitality, a relaxing waterfront location, and breathtaking views of the city skyline...