Downtown development news: Fines issued at Penobscot, Hudsons scales back [Updated]
We hope he comes to his senses and invests in this essential Detroit building. Hudsons tower wont be the tallestWell, its official. The Hudsons tower, part of the large Bedrock Detroit development on the site of the former Hudsons Department Store, will not be the tallest in the state. While the interview covered a lot of ground, he did mention that the Hudsons building is his No. David Stott renovations completeIn one piece of good news, Bedrock did wrap up renovations of the historic David Stott Building downtown in the summer 2019.detroit.curbed.com
Strategic Staffing Solutions moves offices from Penobscot to Fisher Building
The Fisher Building has a new largest tenant. Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3), an IT and business services company based in Detroit, will move its headquarters into three floors occupying 57,400 square feet at the iconic New Center building. We are delighted to be moving into the Fisher Building. The Fisher building is located in a growing neighborhood, and its more convenient for many of our employees and consultants.The news is a blow to the Penobscot Building. Meanwhile The Platform, owners of the Fisher Building, closed on a $36 million loan refinancing to continue much-needed maintenance and preservation efforts.detroit.curbed.com
Broken elevators at Detroit's Penobscot Building capture attention of city inspectors
DETROIT - Broken elevators inside the Penobscot Building in Downtown Detroit have captured the attention of city inspectors. Hidden cameras reveal broken elevatorsThe Penobscot Building has long been regarded as an architectural gem in the heart of Downtown Detroit. When Hank Winchester visited the building, only one of five elevators in the first bank was working. In the meantime, those with complaints can contact building management directly." As a result of the inspection, building management will either be forced to take action and make the repairs or risk receiving violations or fines.
Tenants fed up with broken elevators inside Detroit's Penobscot Building
DETROIT - The Penobscot Building is one of Detroit's most iconic skyscrapers, but many people working inside say elevator issues are making the building dangerous and difficult to navigate. Several tenants have contacted Help Me Hank after they couldn't get answers from management. The Penobscot Building has long been regarded as an architectural gem in the heart of Downtown Detroit. But take one step inside and you'll notice a serious problem: elevators that don't work. When Hank Winchester visited the building, only one of five elevators in the first bank was working.
Charming Indian Village home with original features reduces price, asks $475K
An Indian Village home thats been on the market for a couple months just got a price reduction of $44,000. This seven-bedroom, 4,217-square-foot home was built to last and is still in solid shape over a century later. Theres tons of original details, including the coffered ceilings, chandeliers, fireplaces, Terrazzo tiles, window shutters, French doors, and more. Each of the three-and-a-half bathrooms have their own distinct and impressive features. Also worth nothing, the home is in a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone, meaning the owner would get a significant discount on property taxes.detroit.curbed.com