OMA and Library Street Collective reveal plans for sprawling art space at erstwhile commercial bakery in Detroit

Contemporary art gallery Library Street Collective (LSC) is further building upon its vision of reanimating Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-focused cultural nucleus for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic L.B. King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has acquired a long-vacant industrial building at 9301 Kercheval Avenue—previously home to a commercial bakery and warehouse—and is transforming it into a multifaceted arts hub featuring artist studios, galleries, offices for a pair of local arts nonprofits, and creative retail space.


LSC’s reimagining of the 1900s-era structure into a bustling arts center is the latest

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