The Brush 8 groundbreaking was different from most others in Detroit. At 10 AM on 11/10/2020, Mayor Duggan arrived at the site of the development at 3119 Brush, to give his comments about why the project is special. The neighborhood is an excellent example of how the City of Detroit facilitates economic development through increasing residential density and new developments. The city has also launched a program in collaboration with TCF Bank, which is meant to support the efforts of more developers of color.
On a personal level, Mona Ross-Gardener (head of the Brush Park Community Development Council) said that she felt the existing Brush Park residents were honored and appreciative of the collaborative, respectful manner in which developer Moddie Turay, of City Growth Partners, spoke with the neighboring homeowners directly, one by one, to answer their questions and concerns about the new development. She said that the design and material quality of the project is appropriate and sensitive to the architectural legacy that surrounds it.
That's what is special about Brush 8, it's a design forward collection of 8, new construction, all-brick townhomes, that is the mindful result of studying emerging trends, and listening to what is most important to all the stakeholders: buyers, neighbors, and real estate professionals.
Brush 8 is designed to be breathtaking, timeless and permanent, while still fitting perfectly within the community.
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