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Detroit FBI Building

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Identification

Detroit FBI Building
Detroit Federal Bureau of Investigation Building
298969

Structure in General

low-rise building
unbuilt [cancelled]
glass
curtain wall
modernism

Usages

governmental office

Facts

  • The site will contain an eight-story office tower, a four-story parking garage, and a one-story automotive service center surrounded by green space, which will act as a security buffer zone for the complex.
  • The project was effectively cancelled in August 2008 when the General Services Administration announced that they were unable to secure a satisfactory deal with the developers of the complex.
  • The General Services Administration, the Federal government's real estate arm, will pay developer and owner, Higgins Development Partners, nearly $162.3 million over 15 years. At the end of the lease, they will be given the option to buy the property.
  • The developers of the structure will use 'green' building techniques, and seek a silver LEED certification for the building.
  • Developed and owned by Higgins Development Partners, the structure will house the Detroit offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which outgrew its space in the nearby McNamara Federal Building.
  • This building, which will replace the Executive Plaza complex, will be built on a 10.9-acre site bounded by Howard, Brooklyn and Porter streets, and the Lodge Freeway.

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Location

Site bound by Howard Street, Brooklyn Street, Porter Street, and Lodge Freeway
48226
Downtown
Detroit
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

103.01 ft
8
2008
2009
$99,871,024

Involved Companies

Ghafari Associates

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