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So let me get this straight, they need two building signs at the ground floor, a projecting sign at the third floor, and an additional sign along the entire length of the top floor? The answer is NO. The B-Dub's in a similarly historic, reused building in downtown Indianapolis has limited signage only on the ground floor as well as an awning- nothing else. How much signage is really need to say this is a B-Dub's and what's with the hack job to the ground level facade? I guess the bigger question is: Why aren't national chains applying the same architectural and signage standards to their buildings in Detroit as they are in most other major cities? Is it because Detroit is desperate enough and will accept anything? -Eric Douglas [Odd Fellows Building's Wild Wings Rendering Is An Ugly Oddity]