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3800 Woodward Ave

Detroit, MI 48201
1-3 bed
Quick Facts
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Description
The Plaza
The Plaza is a complete restoration of the iconic Hammer and Nail Building. Originally designed by Gerald Crane and Norbert Gorwic, the building constructed in 1965 boasts clean mid-century modern architecture. This building was originally intended as a tribute to a local carpenter's union. The illuminated hammer and nail signs resting atop of this 12 story building acted as a visual anchor of Midtown Detroit for many years. The Plaza has 12 stories with 72 apartments, including 50 one bedroom apartments, 20 two bedroom apartments, and 2 three bedroom floor plans. Retail coming soon!

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Features
Interior
Air Conditioning
Cable Ready
Dishwasher
Elevator
Hardwood Flooring
Oversized Closets
Washer & Dryer In Unit
Garbage Disposal
Refrigerator
Accepts Credit Card Payments
Accepts Electronic Payments
Emergency Maintenance
Extra Storage
High Speed Internet Access
Individual Leases
Pet Park
Public Transportation
Controlled Access
On Site Maintenance
Furnished Available
Short Term Available
Sublets Allowed
Community
Accepts Credit Card Payments
Accepts Electronic Payments
Emergency Maintenance
Extra Storage
High Speed Internet Access
Individual Leases
Pet Park
Public Transportation
Controlled Access
On Site Maintenance
Other
Sleek mid-century layouts
Hardwood floors
Panoramic window walls
Quartz countertops
American walnut cabinetry
Tile shower surround
Ample in-unit storage
In-unit washer/dryer
Floor-to-ceiling windows
Custom window treatments
Ground floor retail
Parking available
Walking distance to Whole Foods
Easy access to the Q-line
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