Wildt Street is a one-block, roughly north-south street which connects Summit Street to Sunset Road in north central Ann Arbor. It parallels the tracks of the Ann Arbor Railroad and thus has no structures built on its east side.

Wildt Street near Summit was the location of the Cavac Company, manufacturers of the Arborphone radio, until the factory's destruction in a 1930 fire. The firm was founded by (and named using the initials of) Charles A. Verschoor—later more widely known for his role in creating Argus Camera (source).