- Associated Press - Thursday, November 3, 2016

DETROIT (AP) - A new development is bringing furnished “micro-loft” apartments to downtown Detroit.

The 13-story 28Grand is expected to appeal to recent college graduates beginning their careers and people interested in moving into the city’s revived downtown.

The average size of the 218 units will be about 260 square feet. They will feature utilities, high-speed internet, double beds, window seats, 47-inch flat screen televisions, full baths and kitchens.

Leasing is to start Feb. 1 with move-ins beginning next June. The developer, Bedrock, says 133 of the apartments will lease at market rate, while the monthly rent on another 85 will be about $700 for qualified low-income residents.

The building is located at 28 West Grand River Avenue. It will include community space.

Bedrock is part of the Rock Ventures family of companies.

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