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124 Alfred

These all-new Brush Park apartments are for Detroiters 55 and older. Look inside.

New development begins leasing today

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Here’s a look inside The Flats at 124 Alfred, an all-new affordable housing complex in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood that begins leasing today.

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The Flats at 124 Alfred contain 54 apartments for-lease offering balcony views of Detroit, light-filled interior spaces and open floor plans. These units are open to residents that are 55 years and older who earn 30-60 percent of the area median income (from $14,910 to $29,820 for a single person). 

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One-bedroom units range from 600- 735 square feet and include floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in closets and energy efficient, stainless steel appliances. 

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The complex is equipped with a fitness center, residential lounge with a large outdoor terrace, outdoor garden spaces, bike share, gated underground parking and high-speed internet. 

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The Flats at 124 Alfred are part of City Modern, a community development that combines historic properties with modern design. City Modern is under development by Bedrock, who made a commitment to the City of Detroit that 20 percent of its residential portfolio would be dedicated to affordable housing units. 

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The development encompasses four existing Victorian mansions with 20 new buildings in the City Modern masterplan. When combined, these 24 buildings will result in five different building typologies - Townhomes, Carriage Homes, The Duplettes, Historic Homes, and the Flats - and create a total of 410 contemporary residential units, 283 which will be for-lease.

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Photos courtesy of Bedrock. For leasing information, click here