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Broder & Sachse Reopens Historic Apartment Building in Detroit Following $12M Rehabilitation

The building is home to 97 apartment units.

DETROIT — Broder & Sachse Real Estate has reopened The Hamilton Midtown in Detroit. Originally designed as an apartment hotel that opened in 1913, the property now offers 97 apartment units. The $12 million rehabilitation of the property features new amenities, such as a lounge with gaming and other entertainment, living room with coffee station, fitness and wellness center, dog washing station, and bike repair station. The rehabilitation also included the restoration of the ballroom. Monthly rents start at $722 per month. Sachse Construction served as the construction manager and Hamilton Anderson Associates was the architect. The City of Detroit and United Community Housing Coalition helped create an inclusionary housing program for qualified residents so that, upon completion of renovations, more than 75 percent could return to the building at an affordable rental rate.

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