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In Midtown, a sleek loft at the Stuber-Stone for $419K

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The Stuber-Stone Building along Cass Avenue was once an auto dealership and at one point, a hideout for the infamous Purple Gang. Converted to lofts in 1997, the residences now have one of the most walkable locations in the city. It’s right around the corner from Third Man Records, Shinola, and Jolly Pumpkin; close to Wayne State and all the action in Midtown; and a block away from Woodward Avenue. This new listing offers two large bedrooms, multiple levels, and a loft-like feel without all the exposed brick. The price? $419,000.

This one comes in at 1,356 square feet, with lovely hardwood floors, an open—but not too open—kitchen, an elevated living room, a skylight in the master bedroom, high ceilings, and some recent updates. The listing states there could be an opportunity to add stairs to a rooftop deck. HOA fees are $285 per month and include maintenance, water, insurance, and more. It’s listed through Liz Tintinalli at Real Estate One.

Stuber-Stone Lofts

4221 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201 Visit Website