Originally home to Michigan’s first State Capitol Building and included on the national registry of historic places, Detroit’s Capitol Park recalls the city’s historic past while looking ahead to its vibrant future.
The park has recently emerged as one of downtown’s most desirable residential neighborhoods, circled by restaurants, cafes and eclectic retail options. Capitol Park itself has been redeveloped with newly curated greenery, tables and seating to offer residents and visitors a superb city respite.
Capitol Park is home to a burgeoning culinary scene, including La Lanterna, Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, Sy Thai, Lovers Only, and the new Prime + Proper – a modern interpretation of the classic American Steakhouse.
Capitol Park living means access to convenient and distinctive retail options like Eatori Market, Bird Bee, City Bark and Detroit Bikes, who can outfit you with the perfect option for a city tour!
Life in Detroit is full of energetic options: hit the Riverfront, take in the Jazz Fest or Movement music festivals, or stroll through Detroit Markets – a collection of over 50 small retailers, artists and food options set up around the city, including Capitol Park!
The Stott lies at the heart of Detroit’s burgeoning array of destinations and attractions, including Campus Martius, the Riverfront and much more.
Take the Q Line up to Midtown for dinner; see Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ at the Detroit Institute of Arts; or visit Detroit’s riverfront to take in a sunset.
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