Embrace the Morning


Let the sunshine pour in through your immense windows, flooding your spacious home from the floor to the ten foot ceilings. Cook breakfast in your chef inspired kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and cabinet space for everything you need to master the culinary arts while entertaining with flair. Walk into your airy bathroom: tastefully designed with brushed nickel fixtures, mosaic tile flooring, cheerful lighting, metal tubs, and classic subway tile tub surrounds.


Shift gears for a productive afternoon


Catch up on laundry using your in-unit washer and dryer while charging your devices with one of the strategically located integrated USB charging outlets. Take a quick stroll past the dry cleaners, dog park, pharmacy and bank and grab a few groceries at Whole Foods Market. Come back home and log on; catch up on work with available lightning fast RocketFiber gigabyte internet connection, finally suppressing those memories of waiting for a file to load.


Nightlife in the vibrant city


Come out after dark. Walk the brightly lit streets. Experience the restaurants, cafés and bars that energize and define Midtown. Catch a movie at the Detroit Institute of Arts or a show at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra or Hilberry Theatre. Take a midnight stroll home with peace of mind knowing that Wayne State University's nationally recognized police force, with an average emergency response time of 90 seconds, is always on duty keeping you and the neighborhood safe and secure.


1892: The Williamson House was born


At the peak of his career, world renowned architect Almon Clother Varney designed a home for John Williamson, owner of Williamson Manufacturing Company. 125 years later, this incredible structure continues to anchor the Cass Corridor, exemplifying a timeless elegance that defines the character of the Warren-Prentis Historic District. 



2014 thru 2016: Renovations


After more than a decade of neglect, new owners undertook the daunting task of giving this beautiful structure the restoration it had been longing for. With the help of architects Allan Machielse and Brian Hurttienne, a design emerged that honored the past while embracing the modern luxury amenities that define a world-class living experience.