Friday, March 3, 2017

Detroit's tallest tower to rise at site of former J.L Hudson's Department Store

J.L. Hudson’s Department Store was one of the premier locations in the heart of downtown Detroit in the 1970s and 1980s. After closing in 1983, however, it has sat as one of the few vacant sites in downtown Detroit.

But the site is about to be vacant no longer, as a new design from SHoP Architects and Hamilton Anderson Associates calls for a 52-story mixed-use building to rise and create a new destination location in the heart of Detroit.

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