Detroit City Apartments

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Detroit City Apartments
Trolley Plaza apts Detroit.jpg
General information
Typeresidential
Location1431 Washington Boulevard,
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Completed1981
Height
Roof81 m (266 ft)
Technical details
Floor count28
Design and construction
ArchitectJude T. Fusco Associates, Inc.

Detroit City Apartments is a high-rise in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Built in 1981 and named Trolley Plaza for nearby Washington Boulevard trolley line, the residential building stands 28 stories tall. The building is located at 1431 Washington Boulevard and occupies the block bordered by Clifford Street, Grand River Avenue and Washington Boulevard. In 2009, Village Green purchased the building and changed the name of the high-rise apartments to Washington Square. In 2013, Washington Square became the Detroit City Apartments.[1]

The property consists of a 5-floor parking structure topped by 23 floors of residential apartments. The 6th floor, which extends out of the parking structure, includes the lobby, swimming pool, health club, tennis court, and other amenities. Two-story, townhouse-style penthouse suites fill the 27th and 28th floors.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Grecu, Veronica (October 13, 2011). "Quicken Loans Employee Relocation Makes Detroit Reconsider Its Housing Options". Commercial Property Executive.

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Coordinates: 42°19′57″N 83°03′13″W / 42.33253°N 83.05359°W / 42.33253; -83.05359