Woodward Place at Brush Park
has sold more than half of the brownstone-style condos in its initial plan.
Crosswinds Communities, the developer, has finished building 180 of the condos. Of those units, 20 are still for sale. About 300 of the townhouses are expected to be built in the Brush Park neighborhood just north of I-75 and downtown. The development is roughly bordered by Woodward Avenue, Alfred Street, Brush Street and the I-75 Service Drive.
There are three models to choose from, ranging in size from 1,300 to 2,000 square feet. Each unit comes with balconies and attached parking. They are all within easy walking distance of downtown theater and stadium districts. Prices for the units start at $230,000.
Woodward Place at Brush Park was one of the first downtown-area developments, starting construction in the late 1990s.
Source: Ben Galindo, community sales manager for Woodward Place
Writer: Jon Zemke