Properties
THE VERONA
92, 96 and 100 W. Ferry

Built in 1896, The Verona is one of the most historic buildings in the area. It is the former residence of David Mackenzie, founder of College of the City of Detroit, now Wayne State University. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and was also home to Joni and Chuck Mitchell from 1965-1967.  Rich in history, the Verona with its large bay windows and hardwood floors, is a great place to call home.

 

1 Bedroom units

4 Bedroom units

 

$850-$2000

FEE APARTMENTS
 

68 W. Ferry

The Fee Apartments were built in 1915. Their large balconies and French doors make these units perfect for those who want to spend a little extra time outdoors.

 

1 Bedroom units

Studio units

 

$600-$800

THE LEXINGTON
 

58 W. Ferry

The Lexington Building was built in 1904 and is rich with history. Sunny bay windows and large, spacious rooms make this unit ideal for those who want a little extra room.

 

3 Bedroom units

 

$1600

 

ART APARTMENTS

 

78 W. Ferry

The Art Apartments were constructed in 1917, soon after the Fee Apartments were completed. 

 

1 Bedroom units

 

$700

ARTS AND CRAFTS
 

87 W. Ferry

The Arts and Crafts building features beautiful shared balconies, as well as a private back patio. 

 

1 Bedroom units

 

$800

 

TAFT AND SHERMAN APARTMENTS
 

5524 and 5538 Cass Ave.

With their large bay windows, the Taft and Sherman apartments have no shortage of natural lighting!

 

Studio units

1 Bedroom units

2 Bedroom units

 

$650-$1500

 

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