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Old Posted Aug 9, 2017, 6:39 AM
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Originally Posted by LMich View Post
I featured this earlier in the thread, but some good news came out about the old Wayne County Courthouse in Detroit, yesterday. Five years after the Wayne County executive branch left the building empty, it will be renovated for a yet-to-be named tenant after being brought by a New York City investment group.
Well, the renovation hit a delay right from the start, but an update is that it finally started in December of last year and is probably mostly done by now.

Crain's Detroit Business

Restoration work begins at Old Wayne County Building

It doesn't need a lot of work, which is why it's only a $2.1 million.

Todd McInturf | The Detroit News

Todd McInturf | The Detroit News

Originally Posted by deja vu View Post
Neat topic.

Here's my own photo of Kalamazoo, Michigan's Art Deco Courthouse, built in 1937 and located on the northern edge of Bronson Park, downtown. M. C. J. Billingham was the Architect.

A new three-story, 82,000 SF Criminal Justice Complex was completed in 2016 to consolidate all family court functions for the entire county.

Image Source: AVB, Inc.

Plans for a new downtown courthouse are now in the works, no public details are available yet.
This looks so much this looks like Lansing's federal building:

Lansing's Federal Building by Brandon Bartoszek, on Flickr

Federal Building by Look Up, America!, on Flickr
Where the trees are the right height
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