Dan Gilbert | Bedrock Proposes Colossal Building Project For Hudson’s Site
The tallest building in Michigan development includes a 52 story, 734 foot tower with the low rise portion encompassing
- 1.2 million square feet
- A nine story “podium” with mixed use, commercial, office, technology, arts and cultural space
- 250 residential units
- Three stories below grade featuring additional commercial space and 700 parking spaces.
The development design plans are by New York City-based SHoP Architects in partnership with Hamilton Anderson Associates a Detroit based firm. The development will include retail, residential, parking and an experiential destination focusing on technology, arts, and culture.
Renderings by Shop Architects