Living Connected is what we look for in our lives everyday in a technology-driven, global world and economy.
Exchange seeks to bring you home to Live Connected in our Exchange community. For Exchange, Live Connected means bringing home a connection from Detroit in a location that fuses Greektown, the Central Business District and District Detroit's entertainment venues into one central location. Live Connected, means living in a sustainable, green and clean, tech-enabled, touch-free environment. Live Connected means building on innovative design and build processes. Live Connected brings you the best of Detroit through the heart of is businesses. Live Connected brings hospitality-driven amenities home for your enjoyment as we Live, Work and Play in Detroit.
Greektown Neighborhood and History
Exchange's Live Connected philosophy looks back to build on the foundation created by Greektown's heritage, culture and history. Established by Greek immigrants in the 1880’s, historic Greektown continues to serve downtown Detroit as a thriving entertainment center.
Greektown Neighborhood Partnership & Randolph Plaza Redevelopment
Greektown is a thriving district with a vision and plan for their future. Exchange has worked collaboratively with the Greektown Neighborhood Partnership to ensure that our plans align with their Vision. Check out their Greektown Vision Framework here.
Within Greektown's vision for the future, our neighboring site the Randolph Plaza is going to receive a facelift, check it out here.
Greektown is one of a handful of neighborhoods that together make up downtown Detroit.
Greektown forms the eastern most boundary to the city’s central business district. To the south and west of Greektown is Detroit’s downtown core—home to many of the city’s iconic and historic buildings and public spaces, including the Renaissance Center, Campus Martius, and the city’s impressive collection of 20th century high rises. To the north, Greektown is bordered by the Grand Circus Park area and Detroit’s sports district, with Ford Field (home of the Detroit Lions), Comerica Park (home of the Detroit Tigers), and the newly-constructed Little Caesar’s Arena (home of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons)