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Pizza-Shaped Glass Installation Begins on Detroit-Built Little Caesars Headquarters

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The new Little Caesars world headquarters campus expansion is continuing to take shape as installation of the iconic, one-of-a-kind slice-shaped glass façade begins on Woodward Avenue.

To date, more than $56 million in contracts have been awarded to Detroit-based businesses for construction work on the building. That figure represents nearly 70 percent of the total contracts awarded for the project so far. Further, almost all contracts, 99 percent, have been awarded to Michigan-based businesses.

Located in the heart of The District Detroit’s Columbia Street neighborhood, the $150 million, 9-story, 235,000-square-foot building will become the new home of 700 Little Caesars Enterprises, Inc. colleagues.

National Enclosure Company (NEC), a Michigan-based company, will install the east façade made up of 102 pieces of triangular pizza slice-shaped, folded glass. Each piece stands 14-feet tall and weighs nearly 1,000 pounds.

Set to open in 2018, the headquarters will empower the company employees, franchisees and suppliers and will feature modern amenities, such as collaborative workspaces, a fitness center and street-level retail and eateries. Detroit-based businesses, Brinker-Christman and architectural firm SmithGroupJJR, are providing leadership on the project.

About The District Detroit

The District Detroit is one of the largest sports and entertainment developments in the country. Located in the heart of Detroit, this 50-block, mixed-use development led by the Ilitch organization unites eight world-class theaters, five neighborhoods and three professional sports venues in one vibrant, walkable destination for people who want to live, work and play in an exciting urban environment. Home to the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Lions - The District Detroit represents the greatest density of professional sports teams in one downtown core in the country.

Current data from the University of Michigan demonstrates that The District Detroit will account for an economic impact of more than $2 billion by 2020 and create more than 20,000 construction and construction-related jobs and 3,000 permanent jobs.