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Fan and Community Enhancements Announced for New Detroit arena

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Detroit-based Company Places First Pieces of Steel for New Detroit Arena

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Mike and Marian Ilitch Gift $40M Plus Use of Land to Wayne State University

The gift, pending Board of Governors approval today, is the largest in the history of the university and ranks as one of the top ten gifts ever to a public business school in the United States.

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Michigan-born Red Wings Visit new Detroit Events Center Construction Site

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Renovated Fox Theatre Marquee Shines Brightly within The District Detroit

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Olympia Entertainment Announces Fan and Community Enhancements to New Detroit Arena

As construction moves forward on the site of the new Detroit Events Center, Olympia Entertainment today announced plans for significant fan and community enhancements to the facility.

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Detroit-based Company Places First Pieces of Steel Structure for New Detroit Arena as Rapid Progress Continues

The biggest development project in the region is taking another step forward as the first piece of structural steel was set in place. The 41-foot, 4-inch I-beam is part of a $50 million contract awarded to Detroit-based Midwest Steel for more than 9,500 tons of steel.

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Michigan-born Red Wings visit new Detroit Events Center construction site.

Five Michigan-born Red Wings recently had the chance to visit the new Detroit Events Center construction site.

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