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Red Wings Form "Deconstructed Arena" Concept, Influenced By N.Y. High LinePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 29 / 15
To "kick-start an ambitious redevelopment" of downtown Detroit, project officials for the Red Wings' new arena and mixed-use space "have formed the concept of a 'deconstructed arena,' and provided a detailed preview" of the $450M facility, according to Don Muret of SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. The design...
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