Architecture

Buzz Rendering of some of Bedrock's planned developments

Bedrock to invest $2.1B in downtown Detroit development projects


Buzz Rendering of the Detroit Design 139 exhibit

Downtown architecture exhibit to showcase the future of design in Detroit


Buzz Packard Plant

Pure Detroit offers public walking tours of Packard Plant


Buzz Artist Chalres McGee

Artist Charles McGee, 92, paints 11-story-tall mural and opens exhibition


Buzz Rendering of the redeveloped Herman Kiefer complex

Massive Herman Kiefer development progressing


Buzz The Alley Project, conceived and created with neighborhood residents and the DCDC

Detroit Collaborative Design Center wins prestigious architecture award


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Despite city hall's propensity to knock down historic structures, Detroit's building stock remains pretty remarkable for a city of its size. From humble Victorians in Corktown to sprawling mansions in Indian Village, from Yamasaki's sleek and calm McGregor Conference Center to the jaw-dropping deco design on display at the Guardian Building, the city's got enough in the bricks-'n'-mortar department to keep those tourist cameras snapping.