Renovations are ongoing at Dan Gilbert's Wright-Kay Building. Architecture firm Neumann/Smith has been given the task of transforming one of Downtown's oldest buildings into "creative" office space. They were also given an upper floor on which to install their Detroit offices. We wish them luck in having access to that corner balcony.
Right now, our attention is on the ground floor, which contains 4,000 square feet of unspoken for retail/restaurant space. Oh, and there's a mezzanine. Obviously, this spot is destined for something greater than another CVS. What would you like to see here, readers? From what we can tell, its last several occupants were nightclubs.