Detroit Historic Preservation
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The historic church, which was right near the epicenter of the ‘67 Uprising, recently got an attractive renovation.
After years of delay, work has finally begun on the nearly 100-year-old building in the District Detroit.
These old buildings once housed operas, art, and retail. Now, the land is home to parking lots, freeways, and an IHOP.
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Much-needed facade work will soon be done on the largest marble-clad commercial building in the world.
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Owners of the Beaubien House, built in 1851, are looking for a commercial tenant to occupy the building.
The city will soon issue a request for information seeking development partners.
Adam Lutz and Matthew Sosin are already partnering on redevelopment of the Albert Kahn Building across the street.
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These buildings are getting ready for their next act.
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The defining trend of the 2010s is undoubtedly the reclamation of Detroit’s vacant historic buildings.
Management said the fence, which would have blocked access to the park, was necessary to ensure resident safety.
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Next Cities bought the building last year for $2.1 million.
The home, which dates all the way back to 1877, once seemed destined for demolition.
We got in touch with the couple looking to resurrect the old market, demolished in the mid-1960s.
But the State Historic Preservation Office and a major financier still don’t think it should be saved.
This Queen Anne was once owned by J.L. Hudson.
The demo would be part of a $56 million redevelopment of the attached office building into 148 apartments.
Prior to the 1980s, music used to be a regular attraction on Detroit’s island park, especially at the Remick Band Shell.
The spectacular Beaux-Arts building downtown was saved by Bedrock and opened as an event space this year.
John J. Bagley’s likeness sat at a prominent spot in Campus Martius until 1926.