Latest Hudson’s site renderings show tower rising higher into Detroit’s skyline

Posted on October 29, 2018 by Robin Runyan, Curbed Detroit

The largest development downtown is going higher. Bedrock released new renderings for the Hudson’s site this week, with a new design that adds dimension to the formerly-flat tower.


At the groundbreaking last winter, the plan called for an 800-foot tower for office and residential with an observation deck, plus a 12-story podium with retail and event space. The total plan would be 1 million square feet. The new plan, according to Crain's Detroit Business, puts the tower at 912 feet, with the new stepped design adding room for terraces and hospitality spaces. The podium would be 14 stories. The new design would also add a hotel.


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