Little Caesars Arena
The NAC didn’t have any authority to enforce its recommendations and Olympia could choose what to accept or ignore. It mostly chose to ignore.
The Ilitch organization is mulling the idea of creating a new TV network for the Tigers and Red Wings.
The JLA is holding a clearance sale to get rid of signs, pucks, chairs, and more on December 23.
Inside the $863 million hockey and basketball arena as it prepares for its first event
The LCA is finally opening its doors. Here’s all you need to know for previews, parking, and protests during its opening and preview weeks.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for September 5, along with preview events throughout the week.
The 5,100-square-foot wraparound scoreboard by Daktronics will be the largest in the NHL.
Reports confirm that Olympia plans to demo more buildings in Cass Corridor, including the Hotel Ansonia and the Atlanta Apartments.
The Little Caesars World Headquarters is rising at Woodward and Columbia, while seat installation continues at the arena.
The property has steadily risen in price since 2015.
The concrete pour for the main ice went into the Little Caesars Arena, and seats will start to be installed in the coming weeks.
The founder of Little Caesars and owner of the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings died at age 87 last week.
Work on installing the jewel skin exterior around the Via is underway. Here are a few construction updates from around the District Detroit.
This is $105M more than initial estimates. That’s a lot of Hot ‘n Readys.
This includes $150M for the Little Caesars HQ and $24.4M for a new mixed-use building on Henry Street.
Hot & ready in 2018
Also, new plans for a hotel, retail, medical center, and more.
The Little Caesars Arena is on track to open at the start of the 2017 season. Here are some exclusive pics inside the practice ice, along with more details on the retail front.
There’s only one year to go for the Little Caesars Arena to open for the 2017 hockey season. Until then, check out how much progress has been made so far on the Detroit stadium. Once complete, the $627.5 million project will seat over 20,000 people.
If you're coming in for Opening Day, the area might look a little different