Mayflower coop, MI
400 Plymouth Road
Plymouth, MI 48170
Welcome to Mayflower Townhouses Cooperative.
Mayflower would love to invite you to check out all we have to offer here on our website, however, if you get a chance come visit us in person we’d be happy to give you a tour.
Mayflower Cooperative is a smart, economical choice in housing. Unlike your typical apartment complex, Mayflower offers co-ownership of this property, which means you earn equity on your townhouse the longer you live in it. No more throwing money away to landlords or for expensive upkeep of homes! You can learn more about co-op ownership under our About Us page.
You can also browse our Floor Plans where you will find living arrangements that can fit just about any person or family. Then, after looking over our floor plans, if you feel you would like to apply for a membership, just read and download the pre-application form from our Application page or e-mail us for more information.
Mayflower Townhouses is a non-profit limited equity cooperative with minimum income guidelines. We are not a LOW or LIMITED income cooperative. Cooperatives are properties owned by the members who reside in the cooperative. Each household of Mayflower owns a 1% share of stock in the corporation but they do not own their respective apartments or townhomes. It is a landlord – tenant relationship that is governed by the Occupancy Agreement (lease).
The members (shareholders) elect a Board of Directors who governs the corporation.
Mayflower is comprised of 17 buildings and 102 units. There are 24 Manor apartments, 50 Two Bedroom Townhouses with basements and 28 Three Bedroom Townhouses with basements.
The property has had several major renovations in the last few years (2005-‘08). All 17 buildings have had roofs, windows and furnaces replaced. All 102 units now have central air conditioning. All Townhouses have new kitchen cupboards, counters, sinks and floors. Full baths have new vanity cabinets, sinks and counters. Substantial landscaping improvements have been completed as well. With energy conservation efforts always a big concern, the cooperative has installed glass block windows in the basements of townhouses and more recently in our 3 apartment buildings. Additional insulation was installed in all 17 buildings and the cooperative will begin installation of modern water efficient toilets in all units. In 2008, Mayflower completed the transition to individual gas meters and substantial renovations were finalized in our Community Building.