Brush Park’s rapid redevelopment, mapped

A row of attached apartment buildings with red brick and grey metal facades.

Michal Catari of Wolf Virtual Reality

In recent history, no other neighborhood in Detroit has had as much residential development as Brush Park. The neighborhood between downtown and Midtown was once all but forgotten, with historic Victorian homes crumbling and tall weeds growing in vacant lots as a backdrop for media coverage.

In just a few years time, the neighborhood looks completely different.

Smaller condo projects are nearing completion, while the first residents of City Modern have moved in. Long-vacant and nearly-demoed homes are being restored.

We’ve included some finished projects, plus many that are underway. Some remain question marks as the projects work their way through pre-development.

Did we miss something or do you have an update on a project? Let us know in the comments section.

Note: Projects ordered by timeline of completion.