Proposed | The Tallest Building in Michigan

Hudson's Site Building 2017 Rendering 1

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.

See the news video here. See interior renderings after the jump.

Hudson's Site Building 2017 Rendering 3
Renderings by Shop Architects


About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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3 Responses to Proposed | The Tallest Building in Michigan

  1. taysway says:

    Do you think with this new building people will start moving to Detroit? I went to Detroit for the first time last month and only spent a few hours there but what I got a chance to see was nice.

    • C. Rae White says:

      We’ve already had a large wave of newcomers moving into Detroit over the past three years. Most live in or very near the greater downtown area. This new building, Brush Park, Orleans Landing, DuCharme Place Lafayette and The District Detroit neighborhoods and many more residential developments and renovations, all in or very near downtown, will attract newcomers and those who leave the suburbs to move back into Detroit. Detroit is in the very beginnings of making a big comeback. Now we need much more work done in the neighborhoods and defunct business districts. Thanks so much for stopping by and for all of your likes!!!!

      • taysway says:

        You’re very welcome, I am sure Detroit has a lot to offer. I look forward to going back.

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