Located in Detroit’s Cultural Arts District, the 300-foot-long mixed-use building anchors the corner frontage along historic Woodward Avenue utilizing three masonry volumes linked together with metal panel clad bridges that span over vehicular and pedestrian passageways. Large floor-to-ceiling windows punctuate the masonry walls, filling the interior spaces with light and providing access to balconies. The building corners feature large wrap-around balconies taking advantage of the unobstructed views to the downtown area. In keeping with the loft aesthetic, the dwelling units feature an open floor plan with exposed precast concrete and 10-foot ceilings detailed with track lighting and spiral ductwork. The mixed-use condominium building represents the second phase of a 4.5-acre Planned Development that includes a six-story parking structure with 1,000 parking spaces serving both the development and the surrounding neighborhood.