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DETROIT, October 26, 2021 ~ Monday, City Club Apartments and Detroit officials announced Target will return to Detroit as an anchor tenant in the mixed-use community City Club Apartments in Midtown.
“I would like to thank Target for choosing Detroit, Midtown and our next new mixed-use apartment hotel community in the city,” said City Club Apartments CEO Jonathan Holtzman in a statement. “This important announcement is a testament to Detroit’s strong leadership and continued momentum.”
The store will be 32,000 square feet, about one-fourth the size of normal Target stores, and follow the format of their similar-sized stores around the country, which average 130,000 square feet, according to its website.
The City Club Apartments will have 350 units and 186 underground parking spaces.
“Developers also said street level retail space will include the Target store, an international bank branch, and a restaurant and cafe with dedicated outdoor seating,” said 760 WJR Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson. “The apartment will feature a lobby-lounge library, indoor and outdoor theatres, a sky park with rooftop pool, a bark park, sky club outdoor terrace, a 24/7 whole-body fitness center, a multi-function yoga and wellness room, business center and conference rooms.”
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“The new community will also include 24/7 time-saving concierge services, weekly events, social programming, and the fastest connectivity technology.”
“City Club Apartments Midtown will combine the service and amenities of a five-star hotel with engaging, connected, and walkable urban apartment living,” said Holtzman.
According to a Facebook post from Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, twenty percent of the units will be “set aside for Detroiters of lower income.”