Along Detroit’s famed Woodward Avenue you will find some of the city’s most revered buildings and historical structures. The Broderick Tower, located at 10 Witherell Street, is no exception.
The newly renovated high rise is home to 34 stories worth of 124 apartments which opened up to high demand last fall.
Aside from the stunning interior and magnificent views that the units offer, perhaps the Broderick’s best attribute is three things: location, location, location.
The Tower is located just steps from many of Detroit’s best restaurants and bars, Grand Circus Park, the Detroit Opera House, Ford Field, Comerica Park, and the Fox Theater. Those attractions add to the visual intrigue that can be seen from various units including the top-floor penthouse that comes along with four – yes, four – balconies on all sides of the structure.
Additionally, views from the Broderick capture Detroit from all sides, comprising of the Detroit River, the GM Ren Cen, the Penobscot Building, and the Book Tower. The location is quite literally in the heart of downtown Detroit, and has been hugely popular with prospective residents.
According to the tower’s website, BrockerickTower.com, the exterior was restored to its original 1928 condition. First called the Eaton Tower, it was acquired and renamed by David Broderick, an insurance broker, who maintained control until his death in 1957. Motown Construction Partners now own the property, and are responsible for the Tower’s immaculate update.