Jefferson — our primary thoroughfare along the beautiful Detroit River. Once a mere trail, among the earliest trading routes of our French settlers. On either side are, and were, the land, factories and hands that build the world’s cars. A critical adjacency to the river during prohibition. What it becomes next… what we become next … has as much to do with the neighborhoods that follow its flow, as anything. Quietly situated among this rich history, in Detroit’s lower east corner, sits East Waterfront. One of the few places that boasts both the view of the river and direct access to it. More than 160 acres of waterfront parkland, tucked-away canals and more boat slips than anywhere in the city. All making life on the water within reach. And, whether you’re looking for historic housing or that perfect new condo, it’s within reach of your budget, too. So be close to the action of downtown and the options of Grosse Pointe, all right here.
East Waterfront. All Within Reach.