This video shows construction crews on Dec. 10, 2020 in Detroit working to place concrete for the Hudson's site skyscraper. In 2017, developer Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock broke ground on what at the time was expected to become Detroit’s tallest building upon completion.
However, in 2019 Bedrock said it scrapped plans for a public observation deck, so it’s possible the new building will not reach the initial estimate of 734-feet, which would’ve been taller than the Renaissance Center.
Bedrock also estimates the building will not be finished until sometime in 2023, a year later than announced.
Read more and view images of the finished project at Clickondetroit.com.
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