Watch construction progress live as it happens at the new Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University. New live webcams are now streaming video of the construction site located at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Temple Street in The District Detroit
Classes begin in 2018 at the new business school, which was made possible by a $40 million gift from Mike and Marian Ilitch, as Wayne State University extends its campus south into the center of the Woodward Square neighborhood near the rapidly progressing Little Caesars Arena.
The Mike Ilitch School of Business will serve more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students and provide flexible teaching, research, office and community spaces for students and faculty. The new educational facility has a sleek, open and smart design that evokes energy, collaboration and innovation.
Detroit-based Christman-Brinker has been selected as construction manager and Detroit-based architectural firm Smith Group JJR led the development of the updated design for the new structure— continuing the Michigan Made, Detroit Built successes in The District Detroit.
Watch time-lapse video and daily image archives as construction progresses in The District Detroit. Also, check out other construction projects including the Little Caesars World Headquarters Campus Expansion and Little Caesars Arena, home to the Detroit Red Wings as well as the Detroit Pistons and the premier entertainment venue in the region for concerts, family events and shows.
About The District Detroit
The District Detroit is made up of a dynamic mix of sports and entertainment venues, including six world-class theatres and three professional sports venues – home to the Detroit Red Wings, the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Lions. The District Detroit will also feature retail and residential developments, offices and hotels that connect these venues into one contiguous, walkable area, where families, sports fans, entrepreneurs, job seekers, entertainment lovers and others who crave a vibrant urban setting can connect with each other and the city they love. A Michigan Made, Detroit Built project, The District Detroit continues to transform lives by bringing jobs and opportunity to people and businesses across the city, region and state.