Southwest Housing Solutions provides premier office and commercial space in southwest Detroit. The newly renovated buildings are highly visible and are located on the major and busy arteries of West Vernor Highway and Michigan Avenue. West Vernor has been called “the city's most viable commercial street" by the Detroit Free Press. The Michigan Avenue corridor is in the midst of an exciting redevelopment and renaissance.
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For a limited time, we are offering two months free rent for prime commercial space located in the Galston, Lithuanian Hall, Cabot and 5716 Michigan Avenue buildings. Many of the spaces are newly remodeled with complete office finishes (kitchens, bathrooms, etc.). Rental rates start from $10 per square foot and will be lowered if two-year leases are executed.
For more information, contact Robbie at 313.297.1363 or email her.
- We are a trusted community partner committed to creating a vibrant neighborhood
- We understand the vital importance of entrepreneurial activity in the community and are committed to sustaining and stimulating it
- We use top quality materials and state-of-the-art energy-efficient construction techniques and technologies in our buildings
- We offer numerous amenities and exemplary service, and pride ourselves in being responsive to your needs and questions
- We have an established track record of satisfied clients and success stories
- Our commercial properties are strategically located to promote development and capitalize on pedestrian and vehicle traffic patterns
- We have a vested interest in your success and the role it plays in our mission of community building
Southwest Housing Solutions began in 1979 and is a leader in the planning, development and management of affordable housing and commercial property in southwest Detroit. Our mission is to revitalize our community through collaborative, innovative and high-quality projects, and by promoting homeownership. We provide housing to low and moderate-income residents, including persons with mental illness and the homeless. We also stimulate commercial and cultural development through mixed-use projects.