210 Highland Street
Details172,000 SF Square Feet Built In 1950
313 704 2678
586 419 6271
313 421 1557
Located in the center of Highland Park, this is a unique and rare opportunity to redevelop a former hospital. Anchoring the corner of Highland and 3rd Ave, the 9-story brick structure offers multiple, different level floor plates, expanding 172,000 square feet across 1.7 acres of land. One of the tallest buildings in Highland Park, you have expansive 360-degree views, including the downtown Detroit skyline and New Center. The Urban Village / Mixed-Use Zoning allows for residential, commercial, civic and institutional uses.
In 1907, Henry Ford bought 160 acres just north of Manchester Street between Woodward Avenue and Oakland Street to build a car factory. Construction of the Ford factory in Highland Park was completed in 1909, and the area’s population increased dramatically in 1913, when Henry Ford opened the factory’s first assembly line. Over the past 12 months, homes in Highland Park have surged in value, with an influx of young couples buying and renovating homes in the immediate area. Property values are continuing to climb as the surrounding neighborhoods see more and more development for years to come.
Low Acquisition Costs $3.10/SF
Located 2 miles from New Center
Close proximity to the Lodge Freeway