It’s hard to imagine a Detroit neighborhood changing more in the next few years than Brush Park, located in between downtown and Midtown, near the new arena and Eastern Market. The neighborhood has a mix of old Victorian mansions, newer townhouses, and old and new apartment buildings and row houses. City Modern will add over 400 new residences to the neighborhood in the coming years, and many more development projects are in the works. We’ve seen a lot of properties in full need of rehab come up for sale in the last couple years.
This charming six-unit building sits on Brush Street, a couple blocks from Mack Avenue and close to City Modern. The building needs a full rehab, although listing agent Adam Soroka tells us the current owners continue to work on it, and it can be purchased as is. Soroka tells Curbed the building has new plumbing, electrical, and windows, and kitchen tile, cabinets, and appliances are included. There’s also potential for two more apartments in the basement. The building has a lot of character, and it will be interesting to see how much it sells for and if the new owners decide to rent apartments or sell as condos. It’s listed for $1,400,000. Here’s a look around.
- 3402 Brush Street [LoopNet]