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Gas Station Aesthetics

Oh the strange strings that come with using public money to renovate in Detroit. The new owners of a blighted gas station on Woodward have to develop the space for their new Pharmacy tenant in the "spirit of the original building." "It will probably be the only pharmacy in Michigan that looks like a 1940s gas station," Detroit Central City CEO Irva Faber-Bermudez wrote about the project. We think that definitely, yes, it will be. [Detroit Make It Here]