By Natalie Broda //
The M1 Concourse in Pontiac is beginning a new phase of construction for its private garages at the race track and motorsports club on Woodward Avenue.
The company plans to build 70 new garages on the 90-acre site, ranging in size from 550 to 2,400 square-feet. A total of 173 garages have been built and sold since M1 Concourse opened in 2016. The concourse features a 1.5-mile performance track and also holds private events and the annual Roadkill Nights festival during the Woodward Dream Cruise.
“We are extremely proud to be continuing our development and furthering our mission of becoming the premiere private garage community and motorsports entertainment venue in the country,” Jordan Zlotoff, CEO of M1 Concourse, said. “We have witnessed an incredible level of automotive passion and motorsports culture at our facility over the past four years. We are looking forward to continuing our growth and serving all those who would like to be a part of one of the most unique automotive playgrounds on the planet.”
Zlotoff was previously director of operations at the concourse. He took over the helm of the company in March 2019 when Brad Oleshansky, founder of the concourse, stepped down from his position. Oleshansky announced at the time he planned to bring the concept to other states.