Windows give Detroit’s Michigan Central Depot new look

August 12, 2015

After years as one of Detroit’s most visible symbols of urban decay, the Michigan Central Depot is steadily moving toward rebuilding its image.

Passersby may notice installation of more of the 1,000-plus new windows billionaire owner Manuel “Matty” Moroun promised would be installed at the historic site in the Corktown neighborhood.

A company representative Tuesday night said that work on the project was continuing. Moroun had said in April that window construction would start in early May; work was expected to take months to complete.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has said that, as part of a deal between the city and Moroun’s Detroit International Bridge Co., the windows would be installed by the end of the year.

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