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Vacant for more than 20 years, the Treymore finds new life as affordable housing

There’s a lot of talk on the high price end about Detroit real estate as of late, especially in the Midtown neighborhood. But here’s something different. The four-story Treymore building just went through a $7 million redevelopment project and now has 28 one and two bedroom apartments for low income occupants. The 1900s era building on Brainard had been abandoned for more than 20 years before Paradise Valley Investment Group (PVI) stepped up and bought the building for renovation. “Rest...

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