Check out the story and full video of Fox 2 Detroit's Charlie Langton's visit to the Corktown model home at the Towns at the Corner.
"Scooped up quickly, many rental units at The Corner Ballpark will see their tenants move in next week. The list of amenities offered at the bougie new living spaces might be why.
Thirty-four town houses surround the old stadium. A fancy new dining experience with exquisite interior design opens up into a patio with full view of the stadium.
"We are in a 1,600 square-foot townhome that overlooks the ball field," Alessi said. "Two car-attached garage with a full rooftop deck."
Alessi is currently standing in townhomes worth over $600,000. Still being constructed are two other complexes being erected in the outfield. Those are worth $511,000. Of the 34 townhouses that were built, only eight remain.
They must be some real old Tiger fans moving in. Despite the historic nature of the area, some people don't remember their hometown team won its championship right in their backyard however."
Matt is a fantastic sales representative who wears the face of Robertson Brothers very well, working with him during the home buying process was a joy and effortless. My next home purchase (in 5 year) I will definitely be reaching out to Matt at Robertson. Noel is by far the hardest worker in the entire Robertson Brothers company, and I mean that with all sincerity. I checked on my home builder progress on a weekly basis and now matter how busy Noel was he always made sure to say hello to me and answered any questions I had. I only called/texted him a couple times and he got back to me in minutes every time. He even helped me with two warranty issues after I moved in and he resolved each within 24 hours of me texting him. This guy is fantastic and I seriously hope his hard work is appreciated within the company.