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    IMPORTANT NOTICE: A post from yesterday containing several outstanding pictures of the new interior has been taken offline upon objections of the content holder TRAVERSEHOTELS360 from which they were copied and reposted here with out permission and/or attribution.

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    Saw this in Crain's article about the hotel opening, just goes to show the strength the housing market. They've only been leasing for a few months and I believe on a per foot basis these are the most expensive units downtown and they're gone in basically no time,


    All 108 apartments at The Residences at the David Whitney have been leased, and all of the hotel’s available 136 rooms were sold out for its first weekend, he said.
    Last edited by MSUguy; December-22-14 at 10:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUguy View Post
    Saw this in Crain's article about the hotel opening, just goes to show just how strong the housing market. They've only been leasing for a few months and I believe on a per foot basis these are the most expensive units downtown and they're gone in basically no time,


    All 108 apartments at The Residences at the David Whitney have been leased, and all of the hotel’s available 136 rooms were sold out for its first weekend, he said.
    No, no that's not possible. We all know there is no demand for downtown or midtown; everyone wants to live in Birmingham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetroiterOnTheWestCoast View Post
    No, no that's not possible. We all know there is no demand for downtown or midtown; everyone wants to live in Birmingham.
    Well we know things are changing . I was just there last night having cocktails at the new bar WXYZ, with my friends that are in the know about the place.
    they are completely booked until after the auto show.
    I'll post some pics too .
    By the way ,I'm glad I could have the place to myself ,once word of mouth gets out about this place you won't be able to get into this place ! It will be over run with quicken loans people and "bridge and tunnel crowds " mark my words . JK ... Not really :-(
    Last edited by Detroitdave; December-23-14 at 02:15 PM. Reason: Edit

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    View the magnificent restored David Whitney Atrium in 360 degree panorama. [Click image below to View Online >> When you visit the panorama, drag you mouse or finger around on image to see full interior]

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    Hey, if someone can get the time, can they go get a few pictures of the Grand Circus Park People Mover station? I was told by email from someone with the DTC that it's actually not a renovation of the current station, but a full-on reconstruction. I was told that they are moving the station to the northwest corner of the building inside the building, though, it still won't be directly accessible from the building (at least not during the whole schedule of the PM). It'll finally be ADA accessible. I hope I understood the source right. Anyway, let me know what you guys are seeing down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexlin View Post
    Hey, if someone can get the time, can they go get a few pictures of the Grand Circus Park People Mover station? I was told by email from someone with the DTC that it's actually not a renovation of the current station, but a full-on reconstruction. I was told that they are moving the station to the northwest corner of the building inside the building, though, it still won't be directly accessible from the building (at least not during the whole schedule of the PM). It'll finally be ADA accessible. I hope I understood the source right. Anyway, let me know what you guys are seeing down there.
    I haven't heard about that but the station is still closed and there appears to be no way to get inside to see its status. I can see it from the DetroitYES office but paper wrappers conceal what may be going on inside.

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    I'm reviving this thread because I noticed that they had taken off the paper wrapping that was on the windows of first floor retail space facing Woodward. Anyone hear of any goings on there? I believe that's the part the old Capper & Capper store was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtowncitylover View Post
    I'm reviving this thread because I noticed that they had taken off the paper wrapping that was on the windows of first floor retail space facing Woodward. Anyone hear of any goings on there? I believe that's the part the old Capper & Capper store was.
    Grand Cirque Brasserie was supposed to open in that space, but that project is on hold, so not sure what they are using for that space now.

    https://detroit.eater.com/2017/1/27/...rque-brasserie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock N Rye View Post
    Grand Cirque Brasserie was supposed to open in that space, but that project is on hold, so not sure what they are using for that space now.

    https://detroit.eater.com/2017/1/27/...rque-brasserie
    Oh! That's right...oh well. A small retailer would be nice...

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