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Detroit, Michigan is in the midst of several redevelopment projects that are quickly transforming its streets. Business Insider reports that one of the largest is happening downtown. For nearly a century, a J.L. Hudson Company department store had dominated the corner of Farmer Street and Gratiot Avenue. After the city demolished the building in 1998, it built an underground parking garage on the site. That has stayed vacant until now.

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  • Uploaded    08/09/2018
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