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DETROIT—This city’s downtown has seen a great deal of activity over the past couple of years. Companies have started resettling in the CBD, buying and then opening up many underused or even vacant properties, filling offices, and the streets, with thousands of workers. And Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group, PLC now says that it is on track to complete the architecture and interior design of the downtown’s historic David Whitney Building. They plan to reopen it in December as a mixed-use facility which features the Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney hotel.

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