Located next to Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan, this brownfield site was chosen for housing in Detroit. Through a team effort or architecture grad students, this project explored the possibility of phyto-remediation and designed the buildings in phases to accommodate the process of plant-based soil cleansing. Each unit would be a Type A unit, per ANSI 117.1, rather than only having 2%. This would be more inclusive to those with disabilities looking to move to this area on a rapidly expanding riverwalk. Materials include charred wood to be a thermal absorbing heat source and bug repellent, concrete, and glass.