There was a time where Midtown real estate was a steal.
Now of days, some of the residential property is only for folks with deep pockets.
A 3,270-square-foot loft with four beds, four baths and two-story ceilings in Willys Overland Lofts on Willis in Midtown, next to the original Avalon Bakery, lists for $1,295,000, Robin Runyan of Curbed Detroit reports. .
Realtor.com writes about the property:
This concept is for the largest loft in the Willys Overland Lofts building, and perhaps in all of midtown. Brand new penthouses # 505 and 504 to be combined physically by the developer, with one kitchen removed, large passageway from one unit leading to the adjacent, trimmed openings, and a door upstairs connected the two units, lockable from both sides. Buyer may also combine legally into one unit on their own after closing.
These sleek, contemporary bi level units have massive upper bedroom or lounge spaces, 2 story ceilings with light from clerestory windows above, and a combined total of 800 sf of private outdoor terrace. The purchase will include 3 indoor parking spaces, and the NEZ is in effect for homeowners, for 12 years. See the 3 D file under virtual tour, and note that it shows just 1/2 of the space. Steps from the shops at the Auburn, 2 blocks from the Q Line, a special opportunity for elevated living in the heart of midtown.