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Three Brush Park lofts in Louis Kamper–designed building hit the market

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The luxury units in the Carlton Lofts are going for between $402,000 and $542,000

A living room with exposed brick ceilings, and chairs and a couch surrounding a low-glass coffee table. The view looks out of two windows and a balcony. Photos by Stylish Detroit

One of Brush Park’s tallest buildings has a few openings. Three condos have just hit the market in the Carlton Lofts, a historic structure built in the 1920s on John R Street.

The units, which are listed with Nika Jusufi at Max Broock Realtors have the following dimensions and prices:

Originally the Carlton Plaza Hotel, the building was the first hotel commission for Louis Kamper, who’d later go on to design the Book Tower building, among others. The Carlton was redeveloped into lofts in 2005.

And the units definitely look like lofts—their exposed brick and concrete ceilings have more of an industrial than hotel feel. The largest unit is on the fifth floor and has spectacular views of downtown.

The bi-level condos each have open floor plans with a connected kitchen and dining area, a balcony, and at least one and a half bathrooms. HOA fees are $345 per month.

Master bedroom with large windows looking out to a downtown skyline in the distance.
Kitchen with wood cabinets and granite countertop island. There’s three high-top felt chairs and stainless steel appliances.
A dining room with glass table on a black and white carpet.
A view outside. There’s a lone brick mansion on a black then more and more buildings in the distance.
The Carlton Lofts building at twilight. It’s a seven-story white brick structure with a stone base. Many of the lights are on in the building.