DETROIT—The CBD has seen a flurry of historic renovations that have greatly increased the supply of badly-wanted apartments.
By Brian J. Rogal|September 09, 2014 at 10:05 PM
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DETROIT—Downtown Detroit has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, as office developers have renovated dozens of towers now occupied by thousands of employees. In addition, residential developers have revived a collection of downtown apartment buildings which new urban dwellers snap up as fast as they are completed. In the latest chapter of the CBD’s bounce back, Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group, PLC just completed the historic consulting, architectural and interior design at 1214 Griswold, now known as The Albert Capitol Park in the Capitol Park neighborhood.
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