Michigan Technological University and General Motors are sponsoring a High School Enterprise Showcase on Thursday, May 3 in the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit.
Over 1,000 protestors converged on the Renaissance Center to make some noise at the General Electric Annual Shareholders meeting.
They’re loud and they’re making headlines across the country.
Utah-based lighting specialists Yesco said Tuesday they’ve completed the installation of new LED lighting atop the Renaissance Center, downtown Detroit’s most prominent building and world headquarters for General Motors.
In a ranking of the top 10 downtowns in the country, the site placed Detroit at No. 9, largely on the strength of its pre-World War II buildings.
As one of the oldest and most historic cities in the country, Detroit has a mixture of classic and modern architecture that makes for a remarkable skyline.
More than 20 businesses have partnered with police to make Detroit’s Central Business District a safer place to live, work and play.
The 2011 River Days Festival kicks off at 4 pm on Thursday, June 23 and runs through Sunday, June 26 along Detroit’s riverfront.
Tiger stripes could soon be shimmering across the downtown skyline if Detroit officials agree to revamp a zoning ordinance to allow electronic themes to shine atop the Renaissance Center’s towers.
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