The Indian Village community consists of 352 households, plus four churches and two elementary schools. This historic district includes Burns, Iroquois and Seminole Avenues from East Jefferson running one mile north to Mack Avenue.
Although there are features on many homes that fall into a distinct architectural style, Indian Village can best be described as eclectic. As is so typical of American independence, owners chose elements from different architectural styles when building their homes. Detroit’s most distinguished architects designed Indian Village homes. Among them are Marcus Burrowes, Chittenden & Kotting, Albert Kahn, Louis Kamper, Rogers & MacFarlane, Smith Hinchman & Grylls, William B. Stratton, Leonard B. Willeke, George D. Mason, Robert O. Derrick and C. Howard Crane. (Source: )
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We started this venture because as native Detroiters and proud residents of this community, we want to be part of the new business energy in the Villages that provides essential services, entertainment, and cultural experiences. We hope to spawn small business development by offering quality affordable retail space.
Our customers are our tenants and perspective tenants as well as the residents in the Villages. Our goal is to become a hub for arts and culture in the Indian Village community.