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Midtown: ‘No sign of oversupply’ as 3,600 new apartments and condos planned in Detroit

Midtown stood alone in Detroit for much of the past decade as the place that attracted new residents, new housing and new investment in a city that sought renaissance for generations. Today, that district – located north of downtown in the heart of the cultural and medical center – is poised for the changes coming from rapid residential development that is channeling $938 million toward new housing.

Most notable in the construction wave is the role of ground-up development: The Scott at Brush Park will bring 199 apartments to the market when it opens Dec. 1, while site work is underway this fall for another 400 more residences from Dan Gilbert’s Rock Ventures.

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