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Grab an Apartment in Detroit's Oldest Surviving High Rise

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The DSB opened in 1895
The DSB opened in 1895
Chris and Michelle Gerard

Rehab is nearly complete at the Detroit Savings Bank building, meaning its 56 new apartments will soon go live. Living in Detroit's oldest surviving high-rise, however, will not come cheap. The Free Press reports an average rent around $1.90 per square foot, meaning a price range from $950 for a tiny studio to roughly $3,800 for a two-story penthouse. It's just slightly below the $2 per square foot average found at Capitol Park's other residential rehab, the Albert, where pampered residents enjoy 24 hour concierge and even a special shower for dogs. Expect the DSB's new apartments to hit the market by May.
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Detroit Savings Bank Building

1212 Griswold, Detroit MI