The Village at Bloomfield Breathes New Life Into Oakland Mixed-Use Sector

The Village at Bloomfield is a study in navigating a variety of complexities to bring redevelopment to a prime site. The Village at Bloomfield has brought new life to an important gateway location that straddles the City of Pontiac and Bloomfield Township at Square Lake and Telegraph.

After navigating acquisition, financing and government approval processes, the site includes retail, multifamily, hospitality, senior housing, office, entertainment space, and parking. Aldi has an open and airy new store concept on-site and Menards recently opened one of the only two-story stores in the country

Project Milestones:

  • 2014: REDICO acquires site rights  

  • 2015: Foreclosure proceedings to clear title

  • 2016: Amended development agreements 

  • 2017: Property sale to Menards closed. Demolition work begins

  • 2017: Hotel and multifamily land sites sold

  • 2018: Project construction

  • Spring 2019: Completion of most construction on 900,000-square foot, 88-acre mixed-use site!

  • Open for business: Menards, Aldi

Spaces to Create

Creating places that inspire takes the right kind of experts and the right kinds of tenants. We are fortunate to house many creative, professional services and other high-energy tenants in 150 W. Jefferson. Each of these clients has made their own imprint on the landmark downtown Detroit office building, from dynamic collaboration spaces, to breathtaking brainstorming areas, to high-functioning and highly upbeat staff breakout rooms or kitchens. Take a look at the gallery below for a sampling of the views to be found at: Gensler,, and Miller Canfield. (Add photo above to clickable gallery) To learn more about REDICO’s available space at 150 W. Jefferson, contact us today.

Smart Building Trend: Indoor Sensors

Yes, we’re leaving the light on for you. Artificial intelligence trends and efficiency mandates mean more office spaces will respond to user behavior and movement, from lights to security. Read the full article here.

REDICO Renovation Spotlight: Priority Health

Client Priority Health was seeking to create a standout space that blends the need for upbeat areas for employees to hold meetings, take lunch breaks and more with respect for the various ways people work. Another concern given the industry was the need for customer privacy. This reimagined Priority Health space at the American Center in Southfield hits the mark with its high-energy furniture and ceiling accent art. It also includes the strategic use of glass and a cheery green color palette that aligns with Priority Health’s corporate brand. 

For more information on the American Center and leasing opportunities, contact us today!

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