Bedrock Breaks Ground on $820M Detroit Mixed-Use
Monroe Blocks is an $830 million mixed use project in Detroit. Monroe Blocks has moved one major step toward relization. Bedrock has broken ground on the 1.4 million square foot development, which will play a key role in the ongoing revitalization of the downtown Detroit area.
Monroe Blocks will comprise 847,000 square feet of office space, approximately 482 residential units. The asset will comprise of 117,000 square feet of retail offerings and 1.5 acres of public open space. Bedrock has brought aboard Turner Construction to serve as general contractor.
Monroe Blocks will consist of two phases. Block A, will encompass a 35-story office high-rise featuring approximately 814,000 square feet, carrying the distinction of being the first WELL Certified building in Detroit. Block A will also yield a 17-story residential tower with 148 units and 66,000 square feet of retail space. The project will be completed in 2022.
Monroe Blocks designed by architectural firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen. The project will take shape on an approximately 3.6-acre, two-block site that once thrived as Detroit’s first theater district.
Source: CP Executive
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