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Exchange has been getting a lot of attention for bringing all of the unique features of Live Connected coming together under one roof, check out what's been said and what's to come!

 

Detroit Free Press

Duggan: Housing to help offset less office space demand in Downtown Detroit. Construction is underway on a new 16-story upscale residential tower in Detroit's Greektown district that the mayor says will help downtown stay vibrant amid an anticipated pandemic-induced drop in office space demand. “The downtown neighborhoods that thrive are going to be neighborhoods that blend residential, office and entertainment," Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said Monday at the $64.6 million project's ceremonial groundbreaking. Read More

 

The Detroit News

Construction starts on Greektown's first new housing in decades.
Officials gathered Monday to celebrate the start of construction on a $64.6 million mixed-use project in Greektown that will bring new housing to the area for the first time in several decades. Construction is underway for the Exchange on Gratiot at Brush, a 16-story, 166,000-square-foot building on the half-acre site of a former parking lot. The developer is Southfield-based Exchange Detroit LLC. Read More

 

MLive

The first residential project in Downtown Detroit’s Greektown in 60 years is about to break ground, and that little factoid isn’t even the coolest part of this project. The high-rise is actually being built starting from the top. You read that right. It’s top-down construction. Read More

 

Urbanize Detroit

On the edge of Greektown, activity has started at the first new construction multi-family high rise to be completed in Detroit in decades. Exchange - which will bring 153 apartments, 12 condos, and ground-level retail and office space - will have an official groundbreaking in April. The 16-story, 166,742-square-foot building is expected to be completed in July 2022. Read More

 

Crain's Detroit

Slicing construction timeline, Greektown residential tower envisioned in sixteen months. Development will be first in the Greektown area in decades. Read More

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