3411 Trumbull Street

North Corktown
$18.00/SF NNN


21,000 Square Feet Built In 1893

Vincent Mazzola
313 704 2678

Melissa Price
313 421 1557

On the National Registry of Historic Buildings, Trinity Episcopal Church is more than 5,000 square feet of commercial space ideal for hospitality. The beautiful English Gothic-style building is located at the corner of Martin Luther King and Trumbull, in North Corktown, with onsite and non-metered street parking. The church was designed by prominent local architects George Mason and Zachariah Rice with thick limestone walls, more than 200 carvings on the exterior and a tower with 10 bells. It was built in 1890-1892 by owner James E. Scripps, who founded the Detroit News.