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A tall, glazed office lobby adjoining Cadillac Square furthers efforts by SHL to make Monroe Blocks’ public spaces inviting.

A mixed-use development that includes a 35-story office and 26-story residential tower on either end of a 1.25-ha area overlooking downtown Detroit’s historic Theater District is planned, dezeen reported. Monroe Blocks, also set to have three residential buildings ranging from six to 15 stories, represents Danish firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s (SHL) first U.S. project. SHL is working with local architect Neumann Smith and engineer Buro Happold, and observes the project was designed with the public in mind, with 4,400 m2 set aside for public space. Bedrock Detroit is the developer. Work is expected to begin in 2018 and be complete in early 2022.

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