Detroit Contractors Stay Busy in The District Detroit

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Steel Rising for Mike Ilitch School of Business

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Detroit Contractors Stay Busy in The District Detroit

The Michigan Made, Detroit Built focus of The District Detroit continues to make a huge impact on the local construction industry. A great example is the expansion of Little Caesars World Headquarters, which is ramping up now to include many more Detroit-based contractors into the new nine-story, 234,000 square-foot office building—the first newly-built global headquarters building in the city of Detroit in a decade.

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Steel Rising for Mike Ilitch School of Business in The District Detroit

The crane is up and lifting steel at the new Mike Ilitch School of Business in The District Detroit. Ironworkers have begun the process of sequencing and placing the steel that will make up of the building’s frame.

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Tag #DistrictDetroit on Opening Day and Swag May be Yours

Opening Day at Comerica Park is almost here and fans are ready to cheer on the Detroit Tigers. This Friday, April 7 the Tigers will take on the Boston Red Sox at 1:10 p.m. at Comerica Park. It’s pretty much a holiday here in Detroit and as fans converge on The District Detroit at the start of the Tigers' season—you can be part of the fun too. The streets in and around The District Detroit will be filled with fans of all ages and it’s your chance to let everyone know you’re a superfan.

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