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Bedrock Unveils Plans for Hudson Site [PHOTOS]

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Image credit: Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

During a meeting with the Detroit Downtown Development Authority, Bedrock called the development its “crown jewel.”

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Bedrock plans include a 52-story skyscraper, making it the tallest structure in Detroit.Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

Bedrock plans include a 52-story skyscraper, making it the tallest structure in Detroit.

Hudson site development includes an open atrium, Bedrock officials say can house car unveilings.Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

Hudson site development includes an open atrium, Bedrock officials say can house car unveilings.

Hudson site view from Woodward Avenue.Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

Hudson site view from Woodward Avenue.

Development model of Hudson site includes 700 parking spots, market, office, and residential floors.Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

Development model of Hudson site includes 700 parking spots, market, office, and residential floors.

Bedrock developers remark Hudson site would include a venue similar to Chelsea Market in New York City, with potential partnerships with Eastern Market in Detroit.Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

Bedrock developers remark Hudson site would include a venue similar to Chelsea Market in New York City, with potential partnerships with Eastern Market in Detroit.

Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services
Courtesy of Bedrock Real Estate Services

 


Eli Newman, Reporter/Producer

Eli Newman is a Reporter/Producer for 101.9 WDET, covering breaking news, politics and community affairs. His favorite Motown track is “It’s The Same Old Song” by the Four Tops.

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