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Detroit's Wayne State is embarking upon the largest construction project in its history. The former Dalgleish Cadillac building on Cass Avenue in Midtown will become part of a $93 million, 200,000-square-foot biomed research center. Oh but first more demo and more parking! The first phase of the project is expected to begin this summer with demolition of the old American Beauty Iron Building at Burroughs and Woodward avenues. Well at least the Khan was not canned. The Dalgleish Cadillac is a 127,000-square-foot Albert Kahn-designed structure built in 1927 as the Walter J. Bemb Buick-Pontiac dealership. [Crain's]