Irongate of Birmingham is a brand new for-lease brownstone community located in the historic railway section of Birmingham. This multi-family community is scheduled to open in September, 2016 and boast the finest finishes and features that brownstone living can offer. Here, you will experience industrial-style living complete with the opulence of today’s designer features. It’s truly a home of which you can be proud. Irongate of Birmingham shares the same qualities of all Moceri properties: sought after architecture, attention to detail, desirable finishes and excellent location. Irongate is close enough to the hustle and bustle to be convenient, yet far enough away to provide you tranquility after a long day.
Moceri Companies have built properties throughout metro Detroit that seek to meet or match the various tastes and lifestyles of our eclectic community. We aim to please by building rental properties that far surpass traditional townhomes and apartments. Moceri Companies started building custom properties four generations ago. Founded by Detroit grocer Sabastian “Buster” Moceri, who relied on his relationships with area farmers to acquire choice land for future development, the company has become Metro Detroit icon of quality building. Now owned by Dominic Sr. and Frances Moceri, the company has undergone great expansion.
We now have 1,000 rental properties under construction and 750 units currently operating, in additional to our single family home and condominium developments. These properties span Oakland Township, Northville, Bloomfield, Orion Township, Macomb, South Lyon and many other prime locations.
Day-to-day operations and concurrent construction are handled by the fourth generation of Moceris. Brothers Frank, Dominic J., and Mario proudly carry on the tradition of their family’s more than 50 years of experience in quality development, construction, financing, consulting and architectural design.
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