New renderings revealed for SHoP’s downtown Detroit megadevelopment

Detroit-based real estate management firm Bedrock has revealed a slew of new renderings depicting both the exterior and interior of its massive new mixed-use development project underway in the heart of downtown Motor City.

The 1.5 million-square-foot scheme includes a recently topped-out mid-rise office building and a glassy neighboring tower that is slowly but surely rising at a prominent site at Woodward and Gratiot Avenues that was once home to the gargantuan flagship of long-defunct department store chain Hudson’s. Designed by Smith, Hinchman, & Grylls, the storied Detroit institution was shuttered in 1983 and demolished over a decade later in 1998 during a near

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