December 18, 2017
Detroit-based Bedrock broke ground on a $1-billion transformational development on Woodward Avenue, the site of the former Hudson’s Department Store in downtown Detroit. The 1.1-million-square-foot project is technically two separate buildings, a 58-story residential tower and a 12-story building that will contain a ground floor market, a large, flexible exhibition space designed for community events and conferences.
Bedrock’s Dan Gilbert says, “Today, downtown Detroit is officially going vertical. The scale of the project is designed to be a destination aimed at attracting residents, visitors, businesses and talent from across the city and around the world.”
The tower will contain 330 to 450 residential units, depending on final design and decisions about the size of each unit. The development vision is for an environment that allows people to innovate and collaborate on ideas, with the best ones brought to life.
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