The Villages

The Villages

The Villages offer are unique smattering of lifestyle and landscape; ranging from mansion-lined streets to high-rise condos to modern lofts, to apartments, to affordable rental properties. The Villages are home to a quaint and quirky cross-section of professionals, families and artists. New retail and restaurant developments, proximity to beautiful Belle Isle and the ever-popular Detroit Yacht Club, make this area highly desirable.


West Village

Just west of Indian Village

Historic West Village is Detroit’s most architecturally-diverse neighborhood featuring homes by some of the world’s most prominent architects, including Albert Kahn, Louis Kamper and William Stratton. Originally designed for automakers, attorneys, lumber barons and captains of finance and commerce, featured styles are reminiscent of the Romanesque, Tudor Revival, Federal, Georgian, Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts movements.

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UAW International Headquarters

8721 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit

Also known as “Solidarity House,” the UAW headquarters is home to one of the largest and most diverse unions in North America, with members in virtually every sector of the economy.

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Craft Work

8047 Agnes St Detroit, MI

With a new classically trained chef at its helm, Craft Work restaurant in Detroit's West Village neighborhood is doubling down on locally sourced fare prepared with newfound simplicity.

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Sister Pie

8066 Kerchaval St., Detroit

Sister Pie is a bakery serving the Detroit area with seasonally driven pies and cookies. We re-interpret classic recipes with a range of quality, unique ingredients. Each pie crust is hand-made with high-fat French butter and unbleached, all-purpose flour. Every pie’s filling is crafted at the peak of Michigan’s growing season, from apricots and blueberries in July to cranberries and apples in November.

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