DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 24, 2022 — The Michigan Strategic Fund has approved incentives to support three Michigan projects, including one that will promote community revitalization in the Brush Park neighborhood in Detroit. The Coda Brush Park project will invest in rehabbing and adding to an existing building; upon completion, the project will include a ground-level restaurant and bar, a second-story office, and three stories of for-sale condos. In response to the announcement of the project, state Rep. Tyrone Carter (D-Detroit) issued the following statement:

“The news of the Brush Park project is very exciting for the city and Detroit residents. As one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, Brush Park has a rich history and is primed for a revival. This project is expected to generate a total capital investment of $27.9 million and create 45 full-time good-paying jobs. I know there’s a demand in our community for more restaurants, housing, office and parking space — this project is going to help meet those demands. Not only will the revitalized space bring economic activity to the neighborhood, it will also bring people together. I’m thrilled to see Detroit continue to grow and better reflect the vibrant folks of our communities.”