Historic Indian Village is Detroit’s most architecturally-diverse neighborhood featuring homes by some of the world’s most prominent architects, including Albert Kahn, Louis Kamper and William Stratton. Originally designed for automakers, attorneys, lumber barons and captains of finance and commerce, featured styles are reminiscent of the Romanesque, Tudor Revival, Federal, Georgian, Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts movements.
Today, Indian Village is home to a more eclectic and diverse population of all races, income levels and interests. Neighbors enjoy monthly HACK (Historical Area Cocktail Klub) parties and participate in a variety of community projects and social activities. It is often said that those who live in Indian Village come for the houses but stay for the people. Indian Village is truly a “village” committed to building community and promoting urban living.
Boundaries: Mack, Burns, East Jefferson and Seminole
Source: The Villages of Detroit website