The Carlton Condominiums started as a luxury hotel in the heart of the burgeoning Brush Park in the 1920s. Designed by famed Detroit-architect Louis Kamper, the hotel expresses the traditional facade of a renaissance building with the concrete frame and infill of modernism. The Carlton Partnership purchased the building and renovated the spaces into 52 condominiums, each with its own balconette. The raw spaces of concrete floors with radiant heat and clay tile ceilings provide a unique living experience in the vibrant Brush Park Historic District.
Location: Brush Park Historic District, Detroit, MI
Phase: Completed, 2005
General Contractor: The Garrison Company