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Detroit’s historic Eddystone residences, located in the heart of The District Detroit, is welcoming tenants for the first time in more than two decades. Featuring 13 stories of open floor plans at the corner of Park and Sproat, the Eddystone has been meticulously restored, down to the finest detail – from the exquisite, stenciled woodwork in the front lobby to the spacious suites complete with quartz countertops and beautiful backsplashes.

“The Eddystone is true to Detroit, and this is the place to be!” said Jennifer Durden, a Washington, D.C.-area transplant who just moved to Detroit to start her career in housing law. “I’m so excited to move to Detroit, to launch my career, and make the Eddystone my home.”

For Jennifer, the location, onsite fitness center, top-of-the-line finishes and access to an in-suite washer and dryer drew her to the Eddystone.

For others, like metro Detroit native Jacob Drewek, it’s the Eddystone’s proximity within walking distance to all the city’s finest sports and entertainment venues – including Little Caesars Arena and Comerica Park. 

“Why not live in the best city in Michigan?” Jacob exclaimed. “I’m a big sports guy, and I love going to Red Wings, Pistons, Tigers and Lions games… there’s no better place to be down in Detroit than here at the Eddystone.”

Eddystone resident video [click to view]

Olympia Development of Michigan led the restoration, selecting Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group as the architect and O’Brien Construction as construction manager. The Eddystone residences are managed by Hayman Company and the building features 92 thoughtfully designed studio, one and two-bedroom apartments – all boasting stylized interior finishes, open concept floor plans and smart home technology. A full list of features and amenities can be found here.

Whether it’s the 1920s-style scenery featured in the Eddystone Collective that showcases the diversity and unique style of the city itself – or the highly anticipated opening of the Four Man Ladder-operated Basan restaurant and lounge, the historic Eddystone residences truly offer a blend of modern amenities and historic charm in the District Detroit.

Jennifer fondly shares this thought with anyone who wants to begin their next journey in the heartbeat of the city: “The Eddystone is a beautifully renovated, historic building – and this is a new chapter of my life… a new start, and a new beginning for me.”

If you are interested in learning more about life at the historic Eddystone residences, you can fill out a leasing application or call (313) 379-6344 for more information.