An eclectic housing development is now open in Midtown with several furnished units set aside for veterans.
Why it matters: The neighborhood is part of an in-demand section of the Woodward corridor that is looking to add about 4,000 rental units, Midtown Detroit Inc. executive director Susan Mosey tells Axios.
Driving the news: Developers, city officials and artists gathered last week to debut The Freelon at Sugar Hill — a $38 million, 68-unit complex with retail space and a 160-space parking garage.
- Develop Detroit co-owns the property in a joint venture with national nonprofit developer Preservation of Affordable Housing.
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