The project by his Detroit-based Bedrock LLC real estate development, management, leasing and ownership company is slated to feature a 35-story office tower and 482 residential units, including a 17-story residential tower, plus retail and other uses in a total of 1.4 million square feet across a series of buildings.
The office tower — the first high-rise office tower to be built downtown in a generation — is slated to be 847,000 square feet. The project is also anticipated to include 117,000 square feet of retail space spread across the two phases. A 1,200-space below-ground parking deck is also planned.
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