When the LTU Design Center broke ground in December 2013, it had a projected completion date of October 2014. So far it only has a skeleton, which means by Detroit standards it is no more delayed than anything else. The $7M building will be three stories, with almost half of its 30,000 square feet devoted to Lawrence Tech's College of Architecture and Design. The ground floor will have gallery space for LTU and Midtown Inc is the developer.
UPDATE: Susan Mosey herself, in an email exchange with Curbed, says that the building will also rent space to Quinn Evans Architects and Invest Detroit. They expect to complete construction by January, then tenants will be responsible for building out their spaces.
· LTU Design Center at Woodward/Willis Breaks Ground Next Week [Curbed Detroit]
· Vacant Lot By Midtown's McDonalds May Soon Look Like This [Curbed]
· Groundbreaking set for Midtown building to house Lawrence Tech [Crain's]