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Refined, Re-imagined, Residential Apartments

Re-Opening in the New Center of the Historic Seward St. Neighborhood

Celebrating its Storied, Architectural Legacy as an Albert Kahn Landmark

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You may have mastered the art of living within your means, but let yourself be pleasantly surprised by the comfortable layouts and design perks that the Abington studios offer. Luxury is in the little things, and can even be budget-friendly.


Abington's one bedroom units come in a variety of different configurations to accommodate your unique  lifestyle. Beat the commute and work from your home-based creative zone. Pick a corner unit with the sunniest views, or one with a large island that's made for entertaining.



Room to spare, room to share... It is all here in the gracious two- and three-bedroom Abington floorplans. This is the best of home, your own place, fresh and modern, maintenance free, with every convenience at your fingertips.

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We think you will be delighted to discover how the many on- site amenities at the Abington, can brighten your day and simplify your schedule. For example, enjoy a cup of cold brew coffee and a croissant at the coffee shop and market in the East Wing at lobby level. Then stroll across the sunny courtyard to your Work- from- Home center, in the West Wing, to put in a decent few hours of work. Squeeze in a quick workout, wash the dog, pick up your Amazon package, all within the comfort of the Abington.


Life in New Center is about community. You’ll get to know the familiar faces of your friendly on-site building manager and her team, at your service. You will discover your favorite spots and the ease with which you can go from work to leisure, to weekend shopping, all within a few short blocks of your home. And New Center offers more than the basics. It’s a historic neighborhood with an eclectic variety of shops and restaurants grouped together within iconic, Art Deco destinations like the Fisher Building, and restored buildings at Woodward and W. Grand Blvd.

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