StoneCrest Center

Detroit, Michigan Size: 29,860 SF New 137,862 SF Renovation Construction Cost: $35.2M 

StoneCrest
StoneCrest
StoneCrest
StoneCrest
StoneCrest
StoneCrest

Over a decade in the making, the transformation of a former medical-surgical hospital into a behavioral healthcare campus has been a steady process allowing StoneCrest Center to continuously expand to meet patient demand. When it was discovered that the StoneCrest facility was not up-to-code for hospital use, DEJA was engaged to do a master plan that would allow for the relocation of all patient functions to a newly renovated, code-compliant space on the campus.

A total of nearly 30,000 square feet of new and just under 138,000 square feet of renovated space in the north and south towers has been completed and includes 151 beds. A critical component of the latest completed phase was the creation of a brand new main entrance, an important step in providing a welcoming face to a community that has an ever-growing need for behavioral care. This phase also included an intake/admissions suite, additional conference space, new administrative and business office suites, and a relocated medical records department.

The master plan includes a third phase of the north tower project that will result in demolition of the north tower's west wing and its replacement with a new 48-bed structure consisting of two 24-bed units and a new kitchen/dining space situated within a three-story addition.

Improving the Human Experience

Impact that improves a patient’s point of . . .

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  • One of our favorite restaurants to visit when we are at StoneCrest is the Grey Ghost. According to the their website, the name is a nod to the alias of the most notorious rum running pirate on the Detroit River during the Prohibition era. We haven't seen any ghosts yet but we love the food!