Explore the Neighborhood
Downtown Detroit has become the pinnacle of a thriving cultural scene infused with history, nightlife, entertainment and business. Regis Houze sits just west of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and Grand Boulevard, meshed inside one of the most sought after downtown Detroit districts - New Center.
Neighboring historical structures include the Albert Kahn designed Cadillac Place and the Fisher Building; both vital establishments in the boom of Detroit’s automotive industry. The Fisher Building is located less than one mile down from Regis Houze and holds various eateries, markets, cafés, and retail shops.
New Center also houses Hitsville U.S.A., a museum honoring the former headquarters of Motown Records. The studio was owned by music powerhouse Berry Gordy dating back to the 1950s and was used to record hits for acclaimed acts such as the Jackson 5 and the Temptations.
Other historical and cultural museums can be found in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, adjacent to New Center:
- Detroit Institute of Arts
- Detroit Historical Museum
- Museum of African American History
- Detroit Science Center
Q-Line, the upcoming streetcar development by M-1 Rail, is located within arms-length of Regis Houze on Woodward Avenue. This new era of public transit will make attractions and businesses easily accessible. Our residences are also ideally situated within two miles of Wayne State University and College for Creative Studies
Dining & Entertainment
Try the famed Chicken and Waffle dish from New Center Eatery or grab a cup of Spanish-inspired brew from Café Con Leche, both located across the street from Regis Houze. Enjoy cocktails at Hotel St. Regis’s La Musique, sing karaoke at The Zennith, or catch an award-worthy musical at New Center’s own Broadway, the Fisher Theatre.
Nearby restaurants to check out:
- Selden Standard
- Vincente’s Cuban Cuisine
- Hopcat Detroit
- Jolly Pumpkin
- Foran’s Grand Trunk Pub
- Bucharest Grill