The Standard Vehicle company building was built in 1901 and was the most state-of-the-art carriage manufacturing plant of it’s day. Later it became part of Oakland Motor Car company and was then purchased by General Motors. The historic five story 48,000 sqft building is one of only two buggy factories still preserved in Oakland county and sits on almost 4 acres of beautiful park-like fenced in land. It has Woodward Avenue frontage and the M1 Concourse car enthusiasts facility and test track across the street. Located in the seat of Oakland County, just two minutes from Bloomfield Hills and six minutes from Birmingham on M-1 (Woodward avenue) with a straight shot to Royal Oak, Ferndale and Detroit. This property and building has incredible possibilities and is located within an Opportunity Zone.
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