Detroit’s Corktown condominium development plans open house


Condominium prices in The Coachman will range from $269,000 to $650,000. // Courtesy of Altia Bagley

The Coachman, a new condominium development slated to open in January in the heart of Detroit’s historic Corktown, will have an open house from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday.

Developed by Altia Bagley and designed by PUSH Design, the condominium is built along the old Baker streetcar line, The Coachman comprises 22 condominiums featuring open-plan living areas with bathrooms, modern kitchens, gardens and terraces private spaces, secure off-street parking and expansive windows that maximize light and dramatize vertical space.

“From day one, we knew we wanted to bring a fresh perspective to Detroit’s oldest and hippest neighborhood,” said James Tumey, agent at O’Connor Real Estate and Development in Detroit. “The day we closed the site, we went to a cafe and drew a (slightly more sloppy version) of what you see today, 22 Modern Residences.”

Designed with a selection of bespoke finishes, The Coachman spaces are available in four unique floor plans, including single-level, multi-level and in-home layouts. The model residence and on-site sales gallery are open by appointment. Units range from 715 to 1,500 square feet and cost between $269,000 and $650,000.

The Coachman, at 1640 Bagley St., is located within a few blocks of a variety of restaurants, cafes, shops, nightlife spots and Detroit’s waterfront park. The coachman has a new NEZ tax abatement and homeowners association dues are $246 per month.

“The juxtaposition of ‘new modern’ with ‘old historic’ is something I love to see in cities around the world,” says Tumey. “That’s exactly where some design elements are inspired. Slatted terrace screens with oversized sliding glass walls, private and shared residential gardens and ultra modern finishes. We have great options for all kinds of buyers and their budgets.

For condominium inquiries or to arrange a private viewing, contact James Tumey of O’Connor at 586-419-6271 or [email protected]

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