3442 McDougall



4,686 Square Feet Built In 1903

Vincent Mazzola
313 704 2678

Located just a block from Gratiot Avenue, 3442 McDougall Street is a three-story building in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood on Detroit’s east side, just north of the city’s Eastern Market District. The building served as the former headquarters of the renowned outdoor art project Heidelberg Project, which was created in 1986 by the artist Tyree Guyton. The building features various offices and classrooms, while its lower level boasts a fully equipped commercial kitchen. Convenient parking is provided in the lot behind the building, ensuring accessibility for tenants and visitors alike.


  • 4,686 Square Feet
  • Located just outside of Eastern Market
  • Fully equipped commercial kitchen


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