Hudson’s Site Skyscraper Will No Longer Be Tallest in Detroit

January 29 – Detroit Free Press

One of Dan Gilbert’s top lieutenants, Matt Cullen, CEO of Gilbert’s real estate firm Bedrock Detroit, told reporters at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual policy conference at MotorCity Casino Hotel. that designs for the Hudson’s site skyscraper have changed and the tower — set to be completed in 2023 — will not stretch higher than the Renaissance Center.

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Hudson’s Site Tower Will Not Be Tallest in Michigan After All, CEO for Gilbert’s Bedrock Says

January 29 – Crain’s Detroit Business

Envisioned at one point to be up to 912 feet tall, the development on the site of the former J.L. Hudson’s department store in downtown Detroit isn’t going to top the 727-foot Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center on the Detroit riverfront, said Matt Cullen, CEO of Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock LLC real estate company, following a question-and-answer session with Sandy Baruah, president and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber, at the Detroit Policy Conference

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Ford Plans Mobility Testing Site Behind Michigan Central Station

January 29 – The Detroit News

Ford Motor Co. plans a vehicle testing site behind Michigan Central Station, the Corktown Detroit train depot the Dearborn-based automaker is redeveloping as part of a planned $740 million campus there, announced by Mary Culler, development director for Ford’s Michigan Central Station redevelopment, Wednesday morning at the Detroit Policy Conference at MotorCity Casino Hotel.

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