Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Boston Edison

The Boston-Edison Historic District is an iconic neighborhood in the heart of Detroit, containing over 900 homes. Most homes were constructed between 1905 and 1925 and range in size from modest two-story vernaculars to impressive mansions. Notable residents of Boston-Edison have included Henry Ford, James Couzens, Horace Rackham, Sebastian Kresge, Joe Louis and Berry Gordy. Will you be next?

Today, Boston-Edison is a very dynamic neighborhood with residents from diverse occupations and professions who share a common appreciation and love for beautiful historic homes.


The North End

The North End neighborhood is poised to take advantage of nearby economic improvements to take the next step into a revitalized and vibrant future. Many of Detroit’s brightest artists, urban farmers and entrepreneurs are happy to call the North End home. The neighborhood’s strategic location just northeast of New Center and west of the City of Hamtramck provides close proximity to some of the strategic reinvestment Detroit has been receiving. The Q-Line streetcar system, which terminates on Woodward Avenue on the western border of the neighborhood, is an example of the kind of economic catalyst that will serve as an anchor for future revitalization.


East English Village

First developed in 1913, East English Village is filled with beautifully distinct and statuesque brick homes built in the early 1930s through 1950. The neighborhood was voted Detroit’s Best Neighborhood by Curbed Detroit in 2018. Located on the city’s far east side side, East English Village is steps away to high quality retail and grocery stores in the Grosse Pointe communities and only a 15 minute drive to downtown.

The neighborhood boasts a diverse mix of economically accessible homes, presenting great relative value for your first home in Detroit! The unique architecture and high quality materials used in the homes continue to attract residents who value the charm and character of the area. An active neighborhood organization and coordinated investment has kept East English Village one of Detroit’s most stable neighborhoods for many years.

East English Village is bound by the I-94 service drive to the North, Cadieux Road to the East, Mack Avenue to the South, and Outer Drive to the West.