CORE PARTNERS ANNOUNCES AN 31,612 SF MIXED-USE SALE IN HIGHLAND PARK

October 3, 2017  – Bingham Farms, MI – Eric Banks of CORE Partners represented Highland Park Development Corp. in the sale of a 31,612 square foot mixed-use (retail/residential) building located at 13928 Woodward Avenue, Highland Park, Michigan. The property is home to Red Hots, the longest-running Coney Island (100 years) restaurant in Detroit. The property was purchased by Jim Green, entrepreneur, real estate investor and CEO of Milford Manufacturing in Detroit. Mr. Green’s entity, Green Growth LLC, plans to renovate the property; the renovations will help improve the stretch of Woodward between Ferndale and the New Center Area.
ABOUT CORE PARTNERS:
CORE Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm recognized nationally as a leading provider of professional commercial real estate services. CORE Partners brings decades of experience and expertise in commercial brokerage, property and asset management, real estate advisory, construction, design, and development services. CORE Partners is committed to bringing its clients creative, cutting-edge solutions and providing the highest level of professional service fostering long-lasting relationships based on loyalty, integrity, and trust. CORE Partners assists corporate clients, lenders, institutions, property owners, investors and real estate developers in achieving their real estate objectives.
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