New Target store planned for Midtown Detroit
DETROIT – A new Target store is planned in Midtown Detroit.
The developers announced Monday their plans to create a 32,000 square foot store at the southeast corner of Mack and Woodward avenues.
City Club Apartments, the developer, said this Midtown store will follow the format of similar-sized stores across the country.
The Target store will anchor a new complex of 350 apartments and penthouses in three connected buildings with 186 underground parking spaces.
The developers also said that the street-level retail space will include the Target store, an international bank branch, and a restaurant and cafe with dedicated outdoor seating.
The apartment hotel will feature a library lounge in the lobby, indoor and outdoor theaters, Sky Park with rooftop pool, Bark Park, outdoor Sky Club terrace, 24-hour full body fitness center 24/7, a multifunctional yoga and wellness room, a business center and conference rooms. The new community will also include 24/7 concierge services, weekly events and social programs and the fastest connectivity technologies.
They are not currently releasing any unseen or planned opening dates for the Midtown mixed-use project.
“The next step in the development process is to develop and obtain approval for a full set of architectural plans and specifications,” said Jonathan Holtzman, CEO of City Club Apartments. “This development requires continued collaboration on many additional critical components. This will include approval of funding through brownfield tax (TIF) increase, approval to be included in the New Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ), and additional approvals from various departments in the city of Detroit. We are actively meeting with general contractors. This is a very complex mixed-use residential and commercial development, and we interview companies with the depth, experience and expertise to match the development. We continue to be in an environment with significant labor and material shortages. “
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