Detroit’s Cadillac Tower to benefit from $3.5 million worth of renovations

January 04, 2016  |  Staff Writer  |  Print Article  |  Email this Article


cadillac-towerCadillac Tower in Detroit, owned by New York-based Moon Beam Capital and Capital Alliance Investments and managed by Southfield, Michigan-based Farbman Group, is undergoing extensive renovations to both its exterior and interior, an investment totaling more than $3.5 million.

Located at 65 Cadillac Square on Campus Martius Park, renovations of the 40-story, 350,000-square-foot building, began in May of 2015 and are slated for completion in January of 2016. The completed exterior renovations include new granite, an LED-lit canopy along Cadillac Square and first-floor fa├žade renovations.

The interior renovations include an updated entryway, new lobby directories, new tile flooring, new wall finishes, new lighting and HVAC for the lobby and a new two-story feature wall. Huntington Construction is managing the renovation with Neumann/Smith Architecture serving as the architect.

Future plans for the building include a potential second-floor restaurant, renovating the upper floors (possibly for a residential use), common areas and restrooms. Key tenants of the property include Detroit Public Lighting Authority, Travelers Aid Society, Rex Worldwide, Midwest Careers Institute and the Mannik & Smith Group.

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