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In 2017 the Wigle / Midtown West Development was deemed a Tier I project under the City of Detroit’s Community Benefit Ordinance (CBO).
PDH Development Group, a partnership between Detroit-based developer Roderick Hardamon and New York-based developer Mario Procida, will transform 901 Selden (the former site of the Wigle Recreation Center) into a new mixed-use development and public space amenity. PDH will spend $77 million to bring more than 300 new residential units, 8000 square feet of retail space and a one acre of public open space. The development, known as Midtown West, will include 335 new residential units, comprised of 175 rental units and 160 for sale units. Thirty-five of the rental units will be affordable housing for residents making a maximum of 80 percent of the area median income.
Phase I will include construction of 8000 square feet of new rental space and 167 of the 335 proposed new residential units. Phase I also includes the construction of the one acre open space plan, the reopening of 4th Street from Selden to Brainard and the rebuilding of Tuscola from 3rd Street to the Lodge access road. Phase II will see the completion of the residential units and some commercial space.
Wigle / Midtown West Annual Community Benefits Update Meeting November 18, 2019
Wigle 2019 Annual Meeting, Monday, November 18th at 6pm
Cass Corridor Neighborhood Development Corporation
3535 Cass Ave. Detroit, Mi 48201
Wigle CBO Biannual Report