DETROIT, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – The Renaissance Center will keep its title for the tallest building in the state.

The design for Hudson’s skyscraper has been changed and will not overlook the already-standing towers.

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Currently, the tallest tower in the center stands at 727 feet — the new tower was planned to surpass that at 912 feet.

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The $909 million project is not set to be completed until 2023.

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