Live in the Heart of the Central Business District
Nestled at the corner of Bagley and Clifford Street, Philip Houze is conveniently located in the Central Business District. Formerly the historic Rockwell-Standard Building, its original finishes are preserved as Philip Houze. Residents enjoy quick access to the QLine and walkability to Detroit’s most beloved up and coming areas-- Capitol Park, Grand Circus Park and Campus Martius.
In 1918, this building stood proudly as Detroit Gas Company’s headquarters. In 1965, it became home to Rockwell-Standard and underwent a dramatic exterior renovation. In 1984, the building became the Wayne County Road Commission. During its time as headquarters to the road commission, the building was renamed after the Wayne County Road Commissioner, Philip Neudeck. In honor of its strong history, today this structure stands as Philip Houze, home to residents of Detroit.
After living in Detroit for over two years, we have lived in multiple locations and can attest that finding an overall excellent place to live is hard to come by. After touring and considering many other locations, my significant other and I decided to go with Philip Houze for many wonderful reasons.
Philip Houze is truly a great place to live, we love it and can tell you it is worth looking at if you are thinking of moving here. From the staff to the finishes in the apartments, it is high quality and was well thought out upon renovation. We know that reviews were a huge factor for us when choosing a place to live and we hope this helped in your search for a new home!