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SHoP Architects, Detroit, Hudson's Department Store, mixed-used development

Hudson’s was built in 1891 and served Detroiters for the next century. At its pinnacle, the store expanded to 25 stories and 2.2 million square feet. The store couldn’t survive the economic decline of downtown Detroit and shuttered in 1983 before being imploded in 1998. The site has been vacant until now.

SHoP Architects is behind several high-profile projects including Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn and the Google Headquarters in Silicon Valley. The design firm is currently working with James Corner Field Operations on developing the historic Domino’s Sugar Factory site on the East River in Brooklyn.

“Designing a signature architectural project from the ground up in downtown Detroit — or any great city — is an opportunity of a lifetime, and we are committed to getting it right,” said Dan Gilbert, chairman and founder of Rock Ventures.

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Via ArchDaily

Images via Rock Ventures LLC, Quicken Loans, artistmac, Thiophene_Guy, David Foster