Image courtesy of SHoP Architects
New renderings have been released today of one of the city’s most visible and notable developments. While the proposed 685-foot tower on the Hudson site attracts the most attention, the neighboring office building will be an active space with plenty of places for the public to visit. Bedrock unveiled a look inside the 220ft office building, complete with office, event and dining space.— Urbanizing Detroit
A revitalization of the historic Hudson Department Store site in downtown Detroit, the project will bring 1.5 million square feet of office, retail, events, residential and hotel space to the area. Design for the development is being led by Detroit-based SHoP Architects and Hamilton Anderson, with Pophouse designing the office building’s interiors.
The retail space will be positioned on the ground floor of the office building, and the second and third floors will house the 126,000 square foot event space, with a capacity of 2,500 people. The top of the building will include an indoor/outdoor dining space. Office space will span 400,000 square feet.
As reported by Urbanize Detroit, the office building component of the development has peaked and the tower under construction has topped 200 feet with a completion ceremony scheduled for next year. The development is expected to be completed in 2024.