Historic entry doors and window trim
Hardwood living room and kitchen floors
Granite counter-tops throughout
Custom wood cabinetry
Stainless steel appliances
In-unit washer / dryer
Mitsubishi City Multi VRF heating and cooling system
Operable historic windows with custom roll-down shades
10 foot high ceilings
Tile shower surrounds with glass shower doors
Our suites are full furnished to the finest detail. Just bring your suitcase.
From Property Marketing Materials:
Following a two year, $92 million redevelopment, the David Whitney Building has been returned to its previous physical glory. The building has undergone a full historic renovation and its former office and retail space are being converted into a mixed-use development including an Aloft hotel, premium residences, meeting and banquet space, and high-end restaurant reflective of the building’s storied past.
After years of neglect, the building’s original architectural elements have been revived from a full exterior renovation based on of D.H. Burnham’s original design to the restoration of the exquisite marble, terra cotta and gold-leafed atrium, once again making the David Whitney Building an iconic destination in Detroit.
From 1915 to today, the David Whitney Building’s storied past is rich with history. Much like the city of Detroit itself, the building has endured and now stands as a symbol of both its storied past and its dynamic future.
The four story atrium is one of the signature elements of style that makes the David Whitney Building an American classic. The atrium was once one of the most visited retail destinations in the Midwestern United States.
Beautifully lit by a skylight and adorned with marble, terra cotta and gold leafing, visitors would come from around the region to shop at the Whitney Building and see the incredible architecture. After its opening, the David Whitney Building quickly established itself as the premiere address of Detroit’s best doctors and medical professionals.
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