3D Rendering by Michael Ford
Video by Jennifer Larson, Larson Lens
With 320,00 square feet on 17.6 acres, Cooley High School is the third largest Detroit Public School built and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Featuring a unique mix of performance, fitness and academic spaces, Cooley High School was designed by Donaldson and Meier (founded in 1880), the same architects that designed the cayenne colored Downtown Detroit gem, the David Stott Building.
As a community center and residential housing development located within one mile of the Six Mile Corridor -- an area slated for intense development and financial investment in the Detroit Future City plan -- the Cooley site is well positioned to take advantage of the immense growth projected for the area.
Community and economic development for the Belmont Community in which Cooley High School is located.
Cooley's Future Offerings: