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Detroit Loft Expansion Opening Event

The Lofts of Merchants Row expansion grand opening at the Valpey building downtown [...]
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The Neighborhood of Downtown Detroit

When you live at the Lofts of Merchants Row, year round sporting events are at your door step...check out a Detroit Tiger baseball game at Comerica Park or a football game at Ford Field.

Do you enjoy the arts? Monday could be a concert at the Fox Theater; Wednesday a play at The Gem; and Friday, a high-energy concert at the Fillmore Theater – your life will be energized and filled with excitement.

Feeling lucky? Try the odds at the Greektown, MGM or Motor City Casinos. Feeling Hungry? Try Detroit's Famous Lafeyette and American Coney Island restaurants, fine gourmet dining such as Coach Insignia or the Rattlesnake Club are only blocks from your new home.

 
  • The Lofts of Merchants Row is located on Woodward Avenue – in the heart of the Campus Martius Development in Downtown Detroit.
  • Merchants Row is one block from the Compuware Global Headquarters and the Hard Rock Café.
  • Campus Martius Park is located just down the street to make walking your dog, recreational activities and exercise convenient and minutes away.
  • Merchants Row is less than one mile from MGM and Greektown casinos – the ultimate entertainment experience with luxury hotels, casinos, signature restaurants, rejuvenating spa, first class entertainment and the hottest nightlife in the city.

Detroit Loft Expansion Opening Event

The Lofts of Merchants Row expansion grand opening at the Valpey building downtown Detroit.

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Soundproofing Your Apartment (Without the Landlord’s Say-So)

Even the most carefully-constructed apartment building can have issues with sound transference — especially from floor to ceiling below, but occasionally through other means as well. Generally, our response to noise complaints during the ‘noise is allowed’ timeframe is “Sorry, but they’re [...]

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Detroit Book King

John King has collected over a million books in his lifetime. The problem is he never has time to read, he say’s he has too many books. So he sells them.

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