The Scott at Brush Park will signal a new era in Detroit when it opens Dec. 1 for its first residents.
With a $65 million pricetag and nearly 200 apartments over retail space and underground parking, the project adds a wave of newly constructed homes to Midtown.
High ceilings add a loft feel, while an open layout, moveable kitchen island and barn-style sliding doors create flexibility for residents.
The building isn’t cookie-cutter for Broder and Sachse. “It was designed from scratch,” Broder said, the result of brainstorming and critique sessions to ensure that this property on Detroit’s main artery was worthy into the future.
“Every touchpoint had to be spectacular,” Broder said.