1208 Woodward Ave.
Bedrock is redeveloping the Hudson’s site on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit. They broke ground in 2017 on what was then proposed as a $1 billion mixed-use development. It has since faced delays and design changes, but completion is expected in 2024, Bedrock said in early 2022. The skyscraper is expected to be about 685 feet tall and the plan calls for 1.5 million square feet of hotel, office, dining, retail, residential, event and parking space, as well as a plaza. The site was home to the former Hudson’s department store, which initially opened in 1891 and was for a time the tallest department store in the world. It closed to the public in 1983 and was imploded in 1998.
Sources: Bedrock, Detroit News, Detroit Historical Society
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Renderings of the proposed Hudson's site development. Credit: Bedrock