Downtown “Anchor” Project on Track

Posted by – Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development

We’re about 4 months away from completion.  Hooray!

The $14.2 million “anchor” project in Downtown Auburn Hills is edging closer and closer to the finish line.  It’s hard to believe that construction began on the 4-story, 98,936 sq. ft. apartment / retail building and 3-story, 233 space municipal parking structure almost 1 year ago.

The 1st floor of the new building along Auburn Road will have retail businesses.  The remaining portions of the building will house 97 apartment units specifically marketed to graduate-level college students from Oakland University and Cooley Law School.

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We expect to see a lot smiles (and a sigh of relief) come this August.  As the new school year begins this fall, Downtown Auburn Hills will be hoppin’.

To learn more about the location and history of this project click here.

2 thoughts on “Downtown “Anchor” Project on Track

  1. I’m hoping this brings in more retail. Otherwise, it will b e a waste of money. These kids want things to do when they aren’t studying. They want to walk, not drive someplace. Plus the residents also want and need more in the downtown area.

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