A Place Where You Belong.
In the early 1920s, when the eyes of the world were on a city many called the Paris of the Midwest, planners began mapping out some of the Detroit's most charming and distinctive neighborhoods on the city's northwest side.
Today, the Grandmont Rosedale Neighborhoods remain among Detroit's strongest and most vibrant communities. Custom built homes in an array of architectural styles give the community an every-house-is-different feel. Pocket parks, manicured lawns, tree-lined streets and landscaped boulevards enhance the beauty of the architecture and encourage walk-ability.
In the end however, it's Grandmont Rosedale's neighbors that make the neighborhoods what they are. As Detroit's most active community, human connection is as readily available as a block party, a little league game, a walk in the park, a visit to the farmers' market or a simple driveway conversation.
Grandmont Rosedale is comprised of five charming, distinct neighborhoods that live-and-breathe as one. Each neighborhood has its own homeowners association and network of block clubs to keep residents connected.