Downtown Detroit's Financial District
Savor the Neighborhood
Centrally located in the city’s lively Financial District, The Press/321 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer access to active social surroundings. The 48226 apartments afford a wide variety of dining and shopping options, so residents are right next to the necessities.
From eateries to shopping sprees, from sports to arts, from recreation to relaxation – hot spots are within blocks of The Press/321.
The close-by historic Corktown community nurtures Irish roots and multicultural growth. Corktown is known for eclectic restaurants, bustling breweries and unique boutiques, so The Press/321 residents can eat, drink and be trendy just beyond their doors.
Living at The Press/321 is like sitting in the front row at your favorite local events. All within close reach, the Entertainment District draws you in to experience everything from games at Comerica Park to concerts at Little Caesars Arena and shows at the Fox Theatre.
The nearby RiverWalk was honored as America’s Best Riverwalk by the 2021 USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards. The promenade provides The Press/321 residents a respite from business and busyness to leisure and nature, stretching 3.5 miles along the Detroit River with a backdrop of Canada. The paved trail leads to plazas, parks and picnic sites, with scenic views of the city skyline.
As the Motor City evolves into the Mobility City, Detroit connects people and places with innovative local public mass transit.
QLINE: The QLINE streetcar runs up and down Woodward Avenue between downtown and the New Center area. The Campus Martius stop is about three blocks from The Press/321.
People Mover: The People Mover light-rail train circles downtown’s Central Business District. The Fort/Cass station is across the street from The Press/321.
DDOT: The DDOT bus has 48 routes throughout Detroit and 23 surrounding cities. Five routes stop at Washington/Lafayette, across the street from The Press/321.
SMART: The SMART bus has 47 routes throughout Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Three routes stop at Washington/Lafayette, across the street from The Press/321.