By Edward Cardenas
DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – A development company which has remade downtown Detroit is now looking to redevelop a historic neighborhood just outside the city’s stadium district.
Bedrock Development, which is affiliated with the Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Realty Services, is among a group of partners with Brush Park Development Partners which will lead the development of an 8.4 acre, 47-parcel residential development that will include commercial, greenspace and redevelopment of four historic mansions.
City officials were joined by representatives of the neighborhood and developers to announce the development agreement for a four-block area of the historic Brush Park neighborhood, north of I-75 and east of Woodward.
“We are building a neighborhood that’s going to be available to everybody,” said Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, at the project announcement.
Brush Park Development Partners was one of nine companies which responded to an RFP for the project, and estimate the cost of the…
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