Weekly Real Estate Investment News – November 9 2015, A million, 270-apartment complex called Orleans Landing has its groundbreaking on an empty patch of Atwater. There’s no doubt: It’s a sweet location. Orleans Landing will be next to the new Michigan Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Adventure Center and the Dequindre Cut pedestrian/bike path.
This exceptional 1899 colonial revival on Iroquois Street has a prestigious Indian Village address, and a pedigree to match. Built in 1899, the original owner, Henry L. Walker, was the son of the owner/editor of the Detroit Free Press and a very successful businessman in his own right as the founder of an electrical business that wholesaled parts for telegraphs. Walker commissioned Rogers and MacFarlane to design the 6-bedroom, 4-bath home.
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Source: BiggerPockets, Detroit News, Curbed.com,