O’Connor Real Estate is pleased to offer the sale of 8300 Woodward. The stunning two-story white terracotta building, known as “Woodward Tabernacle,” is located in Detroit’s North End neighborhood. Anchoring a busy Woodward Avenue corner, the 1920s building is a prime development opportunity that features incredible ceiling heights, expansive windows and beautiful architectural elements.
Featuring a bright white terracotta exterior, this beautiful building is perfectly situated across from the in-demand Virginia Park Historic District in the New Center neighborhood in Detroit’s North End. Anchoring a highly traveled corner, the 29,000-square-foot freestanding building offers over 120 feet of Woodward Avenue frontage and 200 feet of frontage along Melbourne Street. Walking distance to New Center’s hotspots, including the shops of Woodward, restaurants & bars, a QLine station, several neighborhood parks, and Detroit’s historic Boston Edison neighborhood. Built in 1920 and referred to as the “Woodward Tabernacle,” the property was designed by architect William E. N. Hunter, who is responsible for the design of many of the neighborhood’s churches and large, single-family homes. Unique design features include expansive windows along the first and second floor; a vaulted, second-floor atrium; large interior ceiling heights with concrete columns; a drive-in garage-bay elevator; full-floor basement with elevator access; and intricate architectural design on the facade. The property is well-suited for a mixed-use conversion, featuring retail alongside residential and office above. Within the Opportunity Zone, and zoned B4.
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