Dan Gilbert’s plan for the Hudson’s site is starting to become clearer.

Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press

Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press

Dan Gilbert has helped lead the charge in the revitalization of Detroit’s Down Town. Now it appears that he’s about ready to tackle one of the most iconic locations on Woodward Ave., The old Hudson’s site.

From the Free Press article

Just how ambitious those plans are can be glimpsed in what an early design for the site shows — a cutting edge glass-and-ceramic design, including a facade that could open in the summer, and a combination of retail, residential and other uses.

Matt Cullen, president and CEO of Gilbert’s Rock Ventures, confirmed the images shown in an architecture lecture last month by

Gilbert’s architects reflect some concepts they like but not a final design.

To read the full article, click on the link below.

Gilbert’s vision for Hudson’s site: One-of-a-kind building

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