The Assembly one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments present residential essentials in high style. To start, the historic former warehouse has been transformed into a contemporary apartment community. Apartments come in 17 distinct floor plans with loft-like layouts that let residents select and stylize the space made for them. Giving the everyday an elevated elegance, an in-unit stacked washer/dryer stands compactly in the closet while stainless-steel appliances shine sleekly in the kitchen. The kitchen’s contemporary look continues through quartz countertops and ceramic-tile backsplashes while a kitchen island lends a setup for seating and eating. The living area opens up with tall ceilings and wall-to-wall windows, welcoming ample natural light and framing picturesque city views. Blackout roller shades provide privacy and comfort while exposed ductwork and brick contribute to the modern industrial feel. Floors adorned with hardwood stretch throughout the rooms and turn to tile in the bathroom, which boasts a beautiful glass shower and a practical double vanity. Walk-in closets supply storage for wardrobes and more. READ MORE
For a breath of fresh air, the fifth floor features a large private terrace for every penthouse and a spacious shared terrace for the community. The communal outdoor area is furnished with a firepit and gas grills and is connected to a common indoor kitchen and lounge, all for residents and their guests to get together. At the fourth floor’s 24/7 fitness center and yoga studio, you can work out however and whenever you want to. On the ground floor, there’s a large storage room to park your bike. Car parking options include 50 spaces underground and 450 spaces in the garage next door. Just a couple of blocks from home lies the natural scenery of the RiverWalk and Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Centennial Park, with pathways and seating that look out onto the landmark Detroit River. Surrounding streets are dotted with dining and shopping opportunities homed in on local favorites, with the classic character of the Corktown neighborhood.