We don't know what sort of structure will take the place of the Hudson's Building, but we do that some top-shelf architects will be designing it. Rock Ventures declared today that SHoP Architects of New York City will lead the design process, with Detroit's Hamilton Anderson Associates as their local partner.
For non archi-nerds out there, this is big news. SHoP has experience designing city-defining projects across the country, from the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Google Headquarters in California. Hamilton Anderson designed the North Terminal at DTW, and is currently working on the Strathmore Hotel restoration in Midtown. Whatever Hudson's 2.0 looks like, it certainly won't be bland. Check out SHoP's projects on their website.
· Press Release [PR NewsWire]
· SHoP Architects [Official]