FRIEDMAN’S JAMES TUMEY SELLS CORKTOWN DEVELOPMENT SITE IN DETROIT, MI
Farmington Hills, Michigan (August 7, 2018) – Friedman Real Estate, one of the nation’s leading providers of commercial real estate services, recently sold a Corktown development site, one block from Michigan Central Train Station, located at 2019 Dalzell, 2075, 2081, 2087 Vermont in Detroit, Michigan. Andrus McDonald sold the land to Patrick Beal, CEO of Detroit Training Center.
The purchaser plans on rebuilding the existing homes on the site in addition to constructing a new apartment building in part with a program lead by the Detroit Training Center.
James Tumey, Vice President, Friedman Urban, Brokerage Services at Friedman represented the seller in this transaction.
ABOUT DETROIT TRAINING CENTER
Detroit Training Center (DTC) specializes in workforce development and construction–including blight removal, commercial driver’s license, heavy equipment, and skilled construction programs offering job placement assistance. They also offer home improvement workshops, welding classes, green infrastructure training, and tiny house construction programs.
For more information visit: www.detroittraining.com.
ABOUT FRIEDMAN REAL ESTATE
As one of the largest privately-held full-service commercial real estate organizations in the nation, Friedman Real Estate provides clients with a single point of contact for the full range of Advisory, Property Management, Brokerage and Construction services that it offers.
Friedman manages more than 140 commercial properties encompassing more than 16M SF and more than 11,000 apartment homes throughout the United States. Friedman’s brokerage team has over 800 current listings with $10 billion in closed transactions. As owners and managers of commercial property for 30 years, Friedman understands what it takes to achieve results that maximize their clients’ objectives.
For more information, please visit: www.friedmanrealestate.com.