Inspired by the historic warehouses that has made Corktown one of Detroit’s most well-known neighborhoods, the Robertson Building offers a nostalgic appeal for those who want to capture a piece of Detroit’s history for their very own. In fact, the building itself was named after the first taxi driver in the city to paint black and white checkers on his cab — George Robertson.
First-floor retail and a connecting bridge to the Checker Building, semi-covered parking, along with cozy one-bedrooms to ever-so-spacious two-bedroom floor plans make this Corktown apartment building a truly distinct place to call home starting at $1,065.
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Pet Friendly Facilities
Rocket Fiber Internet
Detroit Apartments With Industrial Design
The Robertson Building at Elton Park Corktown is an amalgamation of historic charm and modern living.
The living space in this Detroit apartment is just as unique with crisp interior finishes. Floor to ceiling glass windows make way for a flood of natural light while hardwood floors, touches and quartz, granite countertops and high-quality cabinetry offer a beautiful living space for both entertaining friends and quiet evenings of solitude.
Choose from walkup units or patio units and views that include overlooking the center of Elton Park Corktown and bocce ball courts at Ottava Via… and even views of Michigan Central Station and the Ambassador Bridge.
Function and design meet with an exterior façade of brick combined with balconies of exposed steel, paying homage to Detroit’s industrial vibe.
Contact us to schedule your tour of Elton Park Corktown’s Robertson Building.