After years of talk and speculation, Detroit will get a Target. City Club Apartments announced today a new mixed-use development on the corner of Woodward and Mack. It will include 350 apartments in three distinct buildings, 186 underground parking spots, and retail on the ground level, including a bank, a restaurant, and a 32,000-square-foot Target store.

City Club does not have a groundbreaking or opening date right now.

It will be a small-format Target, like the recently opened Rivertown Market on Jefferson.

“I would like to thank Target for choosing Detroit, Midtown and our next new mixed-use apartment hotel community in the city,” said Jonathan Holtzman, City Club Apartments CEO.  “This important announcement is a testament to Detroit’s strong leadership and continued momentum. I applaud Mayor Mike Duggan, the planning and other departments, City Council President Brenda Jones, City Council, the Midtown neighborhood and Sue Mosey. It has been a major and coordinated effort to secure approvals on our initial plans from the planning and zoning departments, attract Target as an anchor tenant and complete our agreement with the landowner.”  

Holtzman says the development still needs architectural approvals, and will be seeking Brownfield Tax Incentives. 

City Club Apartments Midtown will sit on 2.4 acres on the southeast corner of Woodward and Mack. According to a release, the development will be, "National Green Building Standard (NGBS) certified and Wellness Certified (Fitwell). It will also be Clean Rated, which includes a regular 114-point checklist on social distancing, intensive cleaning methods and medical health reporting."

Units will be available in four different finishes, varying in size from studios to three-bedrooms, furnished and unfurnished, with varying leasing options (day, week, month, year). 

20 percent of the apartments will be listed for rent for those making 80 percent of the Area Median Income.

City Club Apartments recently finished a large apartment building renovation in Elmwood Park and new construction downtown.