Hunter Pasteur and The Forbes Co. to Develop 90+ Condos at Broadway Park West in Ann Arbor’s Lower Town Community

The Roxbury Group in Detroit has entered into an agreement with Hunter Pasteur in Farmington Hills and The Forbes Co. in Southfield to develop 90-plus condominium residences at Broadway Park West, a new residential, hospitality, retail, and recreational development along the Huron River in Ann Arbor’s Lower Town community.
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This rendering shows the type of condos that will be constructed by Builder Hunter Pasteur and The Roxbury Group in Ann Arbor on the former site of a DTE Energy facility. //photo courtesy of Hunter Pasteur

The Roxbury Group in Detroit has entered into an agreement with Hunter Pasteur in Farmington Hills and The Forbes Co. in Southfield to develop 90-plus condominium residences at Broadway Park West, a new residential, hospitality, retail, and recreational development along the Huron River in Ann Arbor’s Lower Town community.

 

Plans are to break ground by early 2024 on the 14-acre site. The residences will be built in four buildings along a newly created “River Street,” which will front along the recently announced public park, the centerpiece of development.

 

“The setting for this project, along this beautiful stretch of the Huron River, creates a rare opportunity to create a truly remarkable residential experience in Ann Arbor,” says Seth Herkowitz of Hunter Pasteur.

 

The Residences at Broadway Park West condominiums will consist of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, including penthouses and townhomes. Units range in size between 780 and 2,700 square feet of living space.

 

The residences will include high-end appliances and finishes, complemented by a variety of amenities and outdoor features. Residents will also have access to numerous on-site facilities, including a co-working space, a fitness center, covered parking with EV charging stations, and planned food and beverage establishments.

 

“We really are trying to create a unique buying opportunity in the for-sale condo market,” says Brett Yuhasz of Hunter Pasteur. “We wanted to make sure the living spaces share in the exceptionality and desirability that the overall Broadway Park West development will offer.”

 

Broadway Park West also will offer a seven-acre public space that will be developed, owned, and operated by the Lower Town Riverfront Conservancy. The Conservancy broke ground in late January on the public space, which it anticipates opening in early 2024.

 

Upon completion of the park and other site work in 2024, plans are for the residences, hotel, and retail portions of the development to get underway.

 

In 2017, The Roxbury Group, through Lower Town Partners, entered an agreement with DTE Energy, the then owner of the former coal-gasification facility at 841 Broadway, to acquire and redevelop the site.

 

The Roxbury Group spent the next three years obtaining approvals at the local, state, and federal levels to transform the industrial property into a mixed-used development, to include residences, retail and hospitality, and recreational amenities.

 

As master developer for the entire Broadway Park West development, The Roxbury Group is collaborating with the Conservancy on site work, infrastructure, and public space improvements necessary to open Broadway Park West to the public next year.

 

“We are really thrilled to have a team of the caliber of Hunter Pasteur and Forbes leading the residential aspects of this project” says David Di Rita, a principal of the Roxbury Group.