City Club Apartments Begins Redevelopment of 18-Story Multifamily Building in Detroit

Located at 750 Chene St., the property was originally built in the early 1970s. This rendering shows redevelopment plans.

DETROIT — City Club Apartments has broken ground on the redevelopment of the formerly named Elmwood Park Plaza, an 18-story apartment building in Detroit built in the early 1970s. Located at 750 Chene St. in the newly renamed Rivertown District, the redevelopment will comprise 202 apartment and penthouse units, 20 percent of which will be affordable for existing residents. The project will feature green space, a new HVAC system and new efficiency windows. Amenities will include a lobby lounge, clubroom, fitness center, outdoor park, beach volleyball court, dog park and an 18th-floor sky lounge. The property will be named City Club Apartments Lafayette Park. Existing residents can stay in place during the redevelopment. New residents are expected to begin moving into the redeveloped units in March. City Club Apartments is an owner, developer and manager of apartments with approximately 10,000 units within 30 communities.

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