The Detroit Club brings something old to 'New Detroit'

The Detroit Club brings something old to ‘New Detroit’

The Detroit Club begins a new era this weekend.

The Detroit Club was founded in 1882 and has a storied history with an impressive list of former members and guests (including four sitting presidents). New owners Emre and Lynn Uralli look forward to cultivating a new legacy for the private club and have invested millions in restoring and renovating the damaged building. It opened this weekend and is accepting members.  The Urallis want to attract a diverse group of individuals and will offer special rates for young professionals, the standard membership is $250 per month, plus a $3,500 entrance fee.

Members will have access to exclusive meeting space, ten custom bedroom suites, a billiards room, cigar bar and a spa and fitness center. The Detroit Club features Grand and Presidential ballrooms that can be used by members for special events. Brides looking for somewhere special to celebrate their big day can make plans with a member referral.

The general public can make reservations for the restaurant on the ground floor. It opens on January 22nd and will offer lunch and dinner options Monday thru Saturday and brunch on Sundays.

The Detroit Club has modernized in many ways but one thing you won’t see is cell phones. Members and guests will only be permitted to use phones in private telephone booths – that includes texting.

Detroit Club
712 Cass Ave, Detroit, Michigan 48226
For more information and reservations call 313.338.3222


Look inside the Detroit Club


Due to COVID-19, most events and venues have been cancelled and closed.

We will continue to keep you updated on events as they resume their normal scheduling.

In the meantime, we highly suggest you confirm the dates and details
for each event with the venue itself prior to attending.