May 13, 2022
Bedrock Unveils First Look Inside Hudsons Site Development
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(CBS DETROIT) — Bedrock is giving a first look inside the new development on the side of the former Hudson’s department store in Detroit.
The company unveiled images including anticipated office spaces, destination retail, event spaces and public rooftop amenities.READ MORE: Canine Advocacy Program Helps Children Through Testimonies, Court Appearances
View the gallery of renderings below:
“The significance of this development goes beyond its unique and distinctive physical presence. Once complete, along with impressive views, the project will bring premier office, residential, hotel and event spaces with carefully curated dining and entertainment experiences,” Kofi Bonner, CEO of Bedrock., said in a statement.READ MORE: Ex-Central Michigan University Gymnastics Coach Wins Appeal Over Defamation Claims Against ESPN
Exterior view of the development from Woodward Avenue facing south towards Campus Martius. (Courtesy of SHoP Architects)
“But more importantly, the project will anchor the transformation of the historic Woodward corridor and exemplifies the resurgence of Detroit. The reinvigoration of Detroit’s most centrally located site will become a must-see location and will generate fond memories for Detroiters and visitors for generations to come.”
The tower currently stands at about 200 feet tall and will reach 685 feet when completed. It’s one of the largest projects in decades and it’s expected to be completed in 2024.MORE NEWS: Elon Musk Puts Twitter Buy On Hold, Casting Doubt On $44B Deal
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Metro Nashville Public Schools Elementary School Staff Forced to Pin Intruder Down Until Police Arrive
According to a report from WKRN, an individual named Onreka Gray hovered around the playground of the school, waiting for someone to open the door.
After the door was opened to let students in, Gray attempted to rush into the school building, forcing staff members to try to stop him.
“I was trying to explain to him, ‘Sir, you cannot come in this door. This is not the front door. You’re not allowed in this building.’ And eventually, he wanted to get in so bad that he was lunging towards the kids,” Rachel Davis explained of the events. “We struggled for a while, and he made it inside the building.”
The individuals recalled telling students to run inside.
“I just heard Mrs. Davis say, ‘He’s trying to get into the building, he’s trying to get into the building.’ So, immediately, I’m like you’re not getting into this building, like to the top of my lungs yelling, ‘You are not getting into this building,'” said security guard Katrina Thomas.
The intruder is now facing charges ranging from assault to criminal trespassing.
The event is especially prevalent due to the recent school attack at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. A gunman breached the location, opened fire, and barricaded himself in a classroom. In total, 19 children and two teachers were killed in the massacre.
New reports show that police were slow to react and engage the shooter. Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw detailed that police waited more than 40 minutes to breach the classroom.
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Cooper Moran is a reporter for The Tennessee Star and The Star News Network. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Onreka Gray” by Metro Nashville Police Department.