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Shop Talk: Biomedical Research Will Get an Innovation Hub in Detroit

Future Wayne State U. Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research BuildingWayne State U. plans to renovate this 1927 car-dealership building, designed by Albert Kahn, as the centerpiece of a $93-million biomedical-research hub. The 127,000-square-foot building, originally a Buick-Pontiac dealership and later Detroit’s last Cadillac outpost, will be expanded by 75,000 square feet and will serve as home base for 40 to 50 research teams totaling hundreds of researchers. (Photo by Andrew Jameson at en.wikipedia)

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