66 East Baltimore Avenue
Residential & Retail
110 Valet Spaces
The goal is to provide options that embrace student and professional, resident and visitor, all in one place.
Baltimore Station 2 will offer modern co-living and private apartments with furnished and unfurnished options in one development, addressing a variety of residential scenarios. Ground-floor retail and social and recreational spaces are integrated into the development with the building often blurring the line between inside and outside.
Stage of Development
On Community Engagement: We participated in a variety of community meetings to rezone this site from parking (P1) and industrial (M4) to mixed-use development (SD2). We continue to build relationships to make ambitions – such as a composting partnership with neighboring urban farms – come to life.
On Design Excellence: Architecture and landscape are intimately connected at Baltimore Station. The courtyard is key to the design strategy with co-living units acting as ‘building blocks.’ Units are stacked to maximize views of the city and interactions between people from indoor to outdoor. The building’s material palette is inspired by the neighborhood –a modular metal panel system echoing the history of automotive manufacturing in Milwaukee Junction and brick textures that recall the art deco buildings of New Center.
In the Neighborhood: Wayne State University, College for Creative Studies, Shinola Factory Headquarters, Detroit Creative Corridor Center, Detroit Institute of Arts, Midtown Cultural Center, Motown Museum, Milwaukee Junction, Oakland Avenue Urban Farm, and the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative
Transit: Bus #016, 080, 089, 851; Q-line Station: Baltimore Station; MoGo Station: Second Ave & W Grand Blvd; Amtrak Detroit Station