Live connected

Exchange Detroit creates an innovative, central and mobility-focused location for busy, on-the-go people to have access to all that Detroit has to offer! It is the center point for city living. Establishing a new neighborhood entry through the Gratiot corridor / Greektown and crossing over to the Central Business District, Exchange Detroit provides the most innovative features… from the structure and design of the building itself, to the technology that allows you to live connected with the convenience of security and at-your-door services including an onsite valet.

Each unit provides impressive views of the city on each side looking toward the Detroit River, into Greektown and on the edge of the new University of Michigan Detroit Center for Innovation and the Monroe Blocks / Hudson’s Tower, as well as the Entertainment District Detroit. Exchange Detroit sets the standard for new residential development within the neighborhood based on the Framework Vision identified by the Greektown Neighborhood Partnership.

Bordered by Gratiot, Macomb and Brush, the first level provides opportunities for  office, retail/restaurant, hospitality spaces, and amenity spaces  walking  out  to  the Randolph Triangle. The  project also creates indoor/outdoor amenity spaces for the residents with a gym, club room and exterior roof deck/spa.

The  design  and  construction  of  the  project  will  utilize LIFTbuild’s unique construction  technology  allowing  for  a  column-free   environment  and  open, clear-views  from  each  unit. With LIFTbuild  construction technology,  this  project  will  be  completed 30% faster than traditional construction with the ability to open and pre-lease as soon as early 2022.

Greektown framework alignment

Exchange Detroit has set a program goal to align itself to the Greektown Framework Plan while within the Central Business District, serving as an entry point to Greektown.

Exchange Detroit sets the bar for building a new neighborhood environment with the first residential units in Greektown. Leading the Framework’s goal of ensuring long-term economic vibrancy while further solidifying its identity, Exchange Detroit respects culture and history, provides accessibility and street level public realm interaction, mobility and parking, and conveys a unique overall neighborhood experience.

With retail and hospitality/amenity spaces at street level and aligning our development with the Gratiot Park /  Randolph Triangle public plaza, the public realm will integrate with, and provide the gateway view into, the Greektown district. The area will be further enhanced by the creation of a small alley walk experience along Macomb and link to the plaza.