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From a bridge to Canada to a building that could change the skyline, here are the biggest development projects in the works in Detroit.
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All of Curbed Detroit's coverage on the development of the old Hudson's site in downtown Detroit.
The new design adds depth, dimension, and height to the tower.
The state approved tax breaks for four "transformational" projects, including the Hudson’s site, Book Tower, the Monroe Blocks, and One Campus Martius.
Construction has officially started on the largest development downtown. The Hudson’s site will have an 800-foot tall tower, alone with a large podium and market.
From plotting the land in 1805 to breaking ground on a skyscraper in 2017, we look at the history of this changing city block in downtown Detroit.
The latest renderings show the tower rising 800 feet high, with increased public space throughout the building.
Plans are moving forward for a December 2017 groundbreaking on the Hudson’s site, and when completed, rents could command $3 per square foot.
Construction plans to start next April and finish in 2020.
The Downtown Development Authority is expected to vote today, finally moving the long-awaited project forward.