The Michigan Central Station is a Ford Motor Company office campus located in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan, USA. Currently under renovation, the facility will serve as an “innovation hub for Ford’s vision for the future of transportation” while also being a destination with modern work spaces, retail, restaurants, residential living.
- Year opened:
- Construction completion: January 4, 1914
- Acquired by Ford: 2018
- Expected completion of renovation: 2021-2022
- Ford Motor Company: transportation innovation hub
- Other: retail, work spaces, residential living
- Facility size:
- Site size: TBD
- Facility includes:
- Train depot
- 13-story office tower with a roof height of 230 feet
2001 15th St
Detroit, MI 48216
- Phone: TBD
- Employment: TBD
The Ford Michigan Central Station in Corktown will serve as an urban environment for the ideation, development, and testing of future mobility technology, such as autonomous vehicles.
Ford states that the campus will serve as an “innovation hub for Ford’s vision for the future of transportation” while also being a destination with modern work spaces, retail, restaurants, residential living.
Ford officially announced that its acquisition of the Central Michigan Station and plans to redevelop it on June 19th, 2018.
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