Detroit | Paradise Valley Re-Devlopment

$52.4 million Paradise Valley plan includes hotel, restaurants, office, retail and apartments

Detroit Paradise Valley Re-Dev 2

Separate projects to be completed over three years in downtown Detroit enclave

Paradise Valley Cultural & Entertainment District Plans Include:

  • Developing the Harmonie Club Hotel at 311 E. Grand River, where the Carr Center currently stands. This will be a boutique hotel that should be done in 2018
  • Building Hastings Place at 1468, 1480, & 1496 Randolph St. (where there’s currently a parking lot) that will include residential, parking, and retail. 17% will be designated for affordable housing
  • Expanding Hamilton Anderson Associates offices and opening the Paradise Valley Jazz Club at 1435 Randolph St
  • Developing 1407 and 1427 Randolph Street into a mixed-use development with restaurants (the “gateway from Gratiot” as Archer said in the press conference)
  • Additional residential space over La Casa de la Habana cigar shop at 1502 Randolph St. Erin Rose | http://www.positivedetroit.net/

Detroit Paradise Valley Re-Dev 1Hamilton Anderson Assoc. Office Expansion & Paradise Valley Club Development

Read article here, more photos after the jump.

Source | http://www.positivedetroit.net/http://www.crainsdetroit.com/

Photos |Detroit Economic Growth Corporation & Crain’s Detroit Business

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About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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2 Responses to Detroit | Paradise Valley Re-Devlopment

  1. Keep the news of Detroit redevelopment flowing. Nice to see many changes coming there. A Jazz club? Do tell more…

    • C. Rae White says:

      From way back, there were jazz/dance clubs there. The oldest jazz club was called BoMac’s, later there was LoLa’s (resturant/jazz music) and the Rhino (resturant/jazz music). BoMac’s was torn down in 2006 to create parking for loft dwellers in the area. I’m not sure what they have planned, but it will likely live up to the musical history of that area.

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