Detroit is undergoing a development and construction boom that it hasn’t seen since the first half of the 20th century. In many cases, that means redeveloping buildings that have been vacant for decades. In the coming years, we’ll see these older buildings filled with residential, hotels, office space, and more.
Many of these have been completed since we first started this list: The Shinola Hotel opened in late 2018, The Metropolitan Building finished in early 2019,
We didn’t include what is potentially the biggest renovation in the city, the Packard Plant, because of its daunting scale and lack of progress so far.
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Note: Projects are listed from north to south.Read More