Celebrating 100 years as the Detroit Historic District with over 900 Distinct Homes
Arden Park East-Boston Neighborhood Association
A Realtor Community Open House Event
Sunday, June 24, 2007
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
2701 Chicago Boulevard (at Linwood), Detroit, MI
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Presentations on the Neighborhood
1:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Realtors' Open House of Properties for Sale
(The event is free and open to the public)
Realtors: You're invited to participate! Download our Realtor registration form, fill it out, and email it to email@example.com or fax it to (313) 867-0864 by June 15. For more information, download our invitation letter and a printable copy of this flyer. Questions? Contact us!
Prospective buyers who are interested in the preservation of fine historic properties are encouraged to participate in this event which will feature a number of distinctive homes available for sale in Detroit's Historic Boston Edison and Arden Park-East Boston Neighborhood Districts. The rich history of these Woodward Corridor neighborhoods located just north of Detroit's bustling Wayne State University Campus, Midtown and New Center Area communities will be shared in presentations and through the perspective of existing residents.
Learn why residing in the neighborhoods that Henry Ford, Sebastian S. Kresge, Charles T. Fisher, Ira Grinnell, Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, Meyer L. Prentis, Dr. Remus Robinson, James Couzens, Sidney Barthwell, Joe Louis, Horace Rackham, Berry Gordy, Jr., Fredric Fisher, John Dodge, J. L. Hudson, Dr. Dewitt Burton, Charles Diggs, Sr. and Dr. Haley Bell called home in the early and mid 20th Century may be just the place for you and your family in the 21st Century.