We like listing Park Shelton units that hit the market—for years it was one of the best and few buildings to offer luxury loft city living.
Almost all units at the Park Shelton, built in 1926 and put on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007, offer great views. This south-facing unit certainly does, and the rooftop access provides panoramic views of the city as well.
The two-bedroom, 1,660-square-foot condo is kind of a blank slate, with great looking hardware, crown molding, hardwood floors, and Romanesque columns built into the wall. The flashiest part of the unit is the faux fireplace and mantle—everything else is easily adaptable to the owner’s taste.
At $947 a month, the homeowner association fees are steep, but you do get a lot for them, including access to a gym, sauna, utilities, parking, and 24-hour security. Right next to the Detroit Institute of Arts and easy public transit access, the location is also unbeatable. And with the announcement of the cultural center redesign just this week, the value of this condo certainly increases.
15 East Kirby Street #1104 is listed through Saverio Montalto Real Estate and Lora Kazanjian at Max Broock for $519,900.