7300 Woodward Ave
Office & Retail
Original Date Built
7300 Woodward sits at the prominent intersection of Woodward Avenue and Grand Boulevard where historic districts and emerging neighborhoods meet minutes from Downtown Detroit.
Located just 3 miles north of downtown, 7300 Woodward sits at the gateway to Detroit. Here, the North End, New Center, Milwaukee Junction and Tech Town neighborhoods converge blending mixed-use urban amenities with easy freeways access. Designed by Albert Kahn in 1908, 7300 Woodward offers 210,000 square feet of office space and 30,000 square feet of ground floor retail space on a site with great visibility and parking.
7300 Woodward offers premium office and retail space for lease.
Stage of Development
7300 Woodward was designed by Albert Kahn and built in 1908.
The building sits at the prominent intersection of Woodward Ave. and Grand Blvd. where New Center, North End and Milwaukee Junction meet.
A QLine stop provides service to downtown Detroit.
7300 Woodward is conveniently located near major institutions and expressways.
History: Designed by Albert Kahn for Ford Motor Company, the Ford Sales and Service Building was only four stories when it was built in 1908. An additional four stories were added in 1913 and the entire exterior was clad in white terra-cotta. Ford moved out of the building in 1919 and subsequent ownership included Wayne County, the State of Michigan and Lakeshore Global.
Neighborhood: North End is a largely residential neighborhood north of New Center and Milwaukee Junction characterized by single-family homes, strong community spirit, and large urban agricultural operations. Woodward Ave. and Grand Blvd. are the primary commercial corridors. North End is located north of East Grand Blvd. between Woodward Ave. and I-75.
Some of the more prominent anchor institutions include Jam Handy, Fortress Studios, Penske Tech Center, Michigan Humane Society Pet Adoption Center, Detroit International Academy, and many churches and places of worship.