After so much delay, it's looking like Dan Gilbert's plans for building a huge mixed-use development on the old Hudson's site could finally be moving forward.
Detroit Reddit has been chatting about it, and the Detroit News reports that,
"Representatives for Dan Gilbert and the city of Detroit have reached a tentative agreement that will allow a Gilbert-affiliated entity to buy a 900-space parking garage underneath the site, according to a source familiar with the deal."
The Downtown Development Authority is expected to vote on the project this afternoon.
This development should be a showstopper. It will include 250 residential units plus 225,000 square feet of mixed-use space, either commercial or retail with "programmed civic space."
What would you like to see in the retail space, Curbed readers?
- With 250 Apartments, Hudson's 2.0 is a Mixed-Use Giant [Curbed Detroit]
- Gilbert’s plan for Hudson’s site could move forward [Detroit News]