Ford Land’s $60 million Wagner Place redevelopment breaks ground in Dearborn 600 Ford Motor Co. workers expected to move in next year Correction appended A $60 million project to transform a historic hotel and other largely vacant buildings in west downtown Dearborn kicked off Wednesday morning with a groundbreaking ceremony.
One-third of the 150,000-square-foot development is expected to be retail space.
The project is expected to bring a pair of three-story mixed-use buildings to downtown and restore the Wagner Hotel into retail and office space.
Dearborn Mayor John O’Reilly Jr. said in a statement that the project “represents the ongoing evolution of not only our west downtown, but the entire city.”
“Wagner Place supports our goals to create a more collaborative and inviting campus atmosphere for all employees.”
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Plans call for the redevelopment of two-blocks of mostly vacant buildings that will be turned into new retail space and office space for about 600 ford employees.
DEARBORN, Mich. (WXYZ) – The groundbreaking for a unique urban development took place in Dearborn Wednesday morning.
“Recruiting and keeping talent that we need to continue Michigan’s global leadership in mobility will be further enhanced by projects like Wagner Place.
Dearborn Mayor John B. O’Reilly, Jr. and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder attended the groundbreaking.
Ford aims to have Wagner Place certified for Leadership
as declared in In a key feature, Ford aims to have Wagner Place certified for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design with water and energy conservation features.
Also read:When completed, Wagner Place will be occupied by some 600 Ford global data insights and analytics (GDIA) employees.
(Photo: Ford Land) Ford announced Wednesday the latest piece of its multiyear transformation of its Dearborn campus with a scheduled ground-breaking of Wagner Place, a mixed-use development.
Rendering of Wagner Place, a mixed-use development in west Dearborn.
“Wagner Place supports our goals to create a more collaborative and inviting campus atmosphere for all employees.”Dubensky said the project will complement the existing streetscape with varying roof lines, windows, awnings and green space.