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SBD/February 14, 2014/Facilities
Comerica Park's Pepsi Porch To Undergo $4M Renovation Geared Toward Millenials
Published February 14, 2014
A GOOD DEAL FOR ALL: A DETROIT NEWS editorial states while the City Council's transfer of land to the new Red Wings arena development "is certainly a good deal" for team Owner Mike Ilitch, it also is a "good deal" for the city. It is a "welcome economic investment in the city, and will benefit the entire state." The new city council "made the right decision, and did so in a timely fashion, without the acrimonious hearings and debates of the past." This new development "is critical for Detroit and will revitalize a part of the city that has been dormant for far too long" (DETROIT NEWS, 2/14).