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Modern townhome development in Corktown breaks ground

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The Bagley 10 condos are now for sale and set to be completed in March 2020

Renderings courtesy of Christian Hurttienne Architects

Elton Park, The Corner, Michigan Central Station—Detroit’s oldest neighborhood has been seeing a lot of new construction of late. The Bagley 10, which just broke ground, will be another addition to Corktown.

Consisting of (you guessed it) 10 townhouses on Bagley Street, the project has a distinct modern design with large, street facing windows and burnished concrete. The architects say it is “inspired by a walk-up/walk-down rowhouse” more typical of New York City.

The units are divided into upper and lower floor plans, but all are a little over 2,000 square feet and come with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two secured parking spots. Each plan will either have a private front courtyard or roof terrace, and all will have access to a rear patio.

The spacious main area combines the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The bathrooms are as modern as the rest of the development and come with walk-in glass showers.

The architect, Christian Hurttienne Architects, both designed and developed the project. The developer says that it’s expected to be completed in March 2020 and that two of the units have already sold.

The Bagley 10 condos are being sold through O’Connor Real Estate for between $599,000 and $725,000.