Friedman Real Estate Brokers Sale of Former Northland Mall in Southfield, Michigan

by Kristin Harlow

SOUTHFIELD, MICH. — Friedman Real Estate has brokered the sale of the former Northland Mall in Southfield, a northern suburb of Detroit. The sales price was $11.1 million, according to the Detroit Free Press. Friedman was hired in 2017 to act as the City of Southfield’s real estate consultant and broker to market the redevelopment site.

Bloomfield Hills-based Contour Development was the buyer. Contour plans to build new residences, commercial space and amenities in a mixed-use project named Northland City Center. Contour’s plan includes an adaptive reuse of the former J.L. Hudson Co. department store building into Hudson City Market, a food, entertainment and home furnishings venue. Andrew Ledger of Friedman served as the primary point of contact for the assignment. The 1.4 million-square-foot mall opened in 1954 and closed in 2015. It was home to 100 stores. Friedman has also been retained by Contour to market Northland City Center for lease.

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