210 Highland Street

Highland Park


172,000 SF Square Feet Built In 1950

Vincent Mazzola
313 704 2678

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.​

Investment Highlights

Redevelopment Opportunity

Low Acquisition Costs $2.32/SF

Flexible zoning

Located 2 miles from New Center

Close proximity to the Lodge Freeway