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The Request for A Lafayette Towers Developer is Posted

As mentioned Friday, the City of Detroit will be selling Lafayette Towers, the two foreclosed residential towers designed by Mies Van Der Rohe. The information (a 268-page RFP!) is now posted on the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation's site. There will be a meeting for interested buyers on October 10, 2012 in DEGC and serious buyers will have to turn in their proposals on October 24, 2012. Together, the two 22-story Tower buildings offer 584 units. Nearby, a third tower designed by Mies, the Pavilion, has its own management (and is not in foreclosure).

· Developers sought for the Redevelopment of Lafayette Towers [DEGC]
· Approved: Detroit Will Officially Be Buying Lafayette Towers [Curbed Detroit]