Elton Park Corktown is a collection of renovated and new construction residences set in the heart of Detroit’s historic Corktown. Elton Park Corktown is an addition to the already thriving Corktown scene that strives to be authentic and integrated into the neighborhood. It offers spacious and diverse floor plans and everything you crave within walking distance, there’s truly no place like home when you live at Elton Park.
Downtown Detroit Apartments like no other
As one of the most highly anticipated properties in the area, Elton Park Corktown is truly a spirited, eclectic expression of living. Six unique buildings span the corner of Elizabeth and 8th Street and offer contemporary apartment homes with stunning features you can’t find just anywhere.
The roomy floor plans include studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes, starting at $1,425 and up to over 1,800 square feet and are pet-friendly. Each building offers its own personal character.
From loft-style apartments and retail to soaring ceilings and three-story walk-up row houses, you choose which space speaks to your taste. With concrete and hardwood floor options, brick walls and warehouse windows, some of the residences are on trend with the finest apartment homes of New York City. Others, however, offer more traditional surroundings and amenities. Decks, balconies and rooftop terraces allow for maximum appreciation of the area. All, however, offer brilliant, well thought-out architecture and stainless-steel appliances, granite and quartz countertops and ceramic tile.
The exterior masonry is just as impressive, with brick and limestone façades. Ease and convenience are also top priority at Elton Park Corktown, with covered parking, a fenced-in lot, free street parking,
controlled access, and onsite dry-cleaning services. Water, garbage removal and sewer utilities are
Each residence, of course, is complete with necessities, including air conditioning, microwave,
dishwasher, garbage disposal, washer dryer, high-speed internet access from Rocket Fiber and window coverings. Bike storage is also available. And positioned just about a mile from Detroit’s central business district, tenants can easily bike to work or take public transit, not to mention the surrounding area abounds with dining options to satisfy any culinary taste.
Eclectic, stimulating and engaging living surrounded by professionals like you in a walkable, highly desired area. This is Elton Park Corktown.
Claim your city space at Elton Park Corktown, Detroit, MI
If you’re in the market for a new, sleek living space or if you are relocating to Detroit in the near future, we invite to consider Elton Park.
Our property is unique: both old and new construction that looks and seems as if it has always been there. This is a place where you can immediately feel as if were part of the neighborhood all along. All of the features you want and need in the area you desire. Further, our property management team is top notch. We pride ourselves on being the best in the business, helping you as you begin the moving process and with anything you need thereafter. Our tenants are consistently impressed with the efficiency and effectiveness of our team — just one more reason Elton Park Corktown is the height of modern city living.
If you’re ready to make Elton Park Corktown your home, contact us today to schedule your visit.
Elton Park Corktown
2130 Trumbull Ave, Detroit, MI 48216
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