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Bedrock, City of Detroit Complete Affordable Housing Project

The Flats at 124 Alfred is the first of six apartment buildings to be completed within Bedrock’s City Modern development.

DETROIT — Bedrock and the city of Detroit have completed an affordable housing project reserved for residents age 55 and above and who earn 30 to 60 percent of the area median income. This equates to earning $14,910 to $29,820 for a single person. Located within Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood and part of Bedrock’s 8.4-acre City Modern development, The Flats at 124 Alfred is the first of six apartment buildings to be completed. The 54-unit building features one-bedroom floor plans that range from 600 to 735 square feet. Amenities include a fitness center, resident lounge, outdoor terrace and underground parking. Detroit-based Hamilton Anderson Associates designed the building. In 2017, Bedrock made a commitment to the city that 20 percent of its residential portfolio would be dedicated to affordable housing units. Bedrock plans to develop or rehabilitate a total of up to 3,500 residential rental units over the next several years, with 700 of those units designated as affordable housing.

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