The Bagley 10 is a new condominium development located in Detroit’s oldest neighborhood of Historic Corktown. Detroit-based Christian Hurttienne Architects drew on its experience of over 30 combined years in the city to create a progressive architectural direction for a neighborhood saturated in history and culture.
The building design is inspired by a walk-up/walk-down rowhouse typology of upper and lower units typical of denser cities like New York and Chicago. Each elevated ‘stoop’ encourages street level interaction between inhabitants and the pedestrian traffic of the neighborhood.
The exterior of the building is composed of burnished concrete masonry units, metal window components, expansive glass windows with metal panels, metal mesh railings, wood siding and custom wood doors. Each unit offers open living spaces, three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a one-car garage parking space in the rear, with another secured parking space behind.