3439 Woodward Avenue
Residential & Retail
Woodward West is fulfilling a need for new residential and retail opportunities in Midtown while bridging the connection between Midtown and Downtown.
The Platform and Queen Lillian LLC are partnering in the new construction of Woodward West, a development offering 204 residential units and 24,800 square feet of retail space on a 1.6-acre parcel just north of Detroit’s sports and entertainment district. The project builds upon the Platform’s success in creating innovative, well-appointed residential developments at affordable rates. Woodward West represents the best of Detroit development with its Detroit-based team which includes Hamilton Anderson, Sachse Construction and Skidmore Studio.
Stage of Development
Located in southern Midtown, Woodward West is just a few blocks from Detroit's sports and entertainment district.
When complete, Woodward West will provide 204 residential units and 24,800 square feet of retail.
Community Engagement: The Platform is committed to developing in a way that honors and contributes to Detroit’s social and physical fabric, creating places and spaces that bring people together. We seek to engage all stakeholders – local community and economic development organizations, civic and community leaders, and neighboring businesses and residents. Sometimes this happens through a public process, other times through casual conversation. We listen to the needs of communities to plan thoughtful and relevant developments that make Detroit a great place to live.
Neighborhood: Midtown is a collection of districts – an arts and culture center, a major research university campus, medical center, retail corridors and historic residential neighborhoods – along Woodward Avenue north of Downtown Detroit. Midtown is bordered by M-10 to the west, I-75 to the south and east, and I-94 to the north.
Midtown is home to many nationally recognized institutions, retailers and restaurants, including Wayne State University, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit Institute of Arts, Shinola, Third Man Records, Avalon International Breads, Motor City Brewing Works, and Selden Standard.
Transit: Near I-94, I-75, M-10 and I-96. Well serviced by bus and QLine streetcar with numerous stops along Woodward Avenue. Several MoGo bike stations are in the neighborhood.