Just sent this out to some friends and inchvestors, have a look-see and get your idea for Michigan Central Station up on the site for the owners and others to see:
LOVELAND’s excited to announce a brand new web project at http://talktothestation.com .
Built in 1913 and vacant since 1988, Michigan Central Station is Detroit’s most iconic historical landmark, and a second city skyline unto itself. LOVELAND has been commissioned to create a website that makes it super simple for people to submit ideas for the preservation, reactivation, and redevelopment of the space.
On the site you can learn about and see the building, and type, text, or call in with your ideas. Yes, you can now call Michigan Central Station on the phone. Who’dathunk?
The building’s owners are part of the commissioning team and will be actively watching what comes in through the site. They’re currently cleaning out the building, installing new windows and a new roof, and seeking your input on what should come next.
Again, the site is at http://talktothestation.com .
Please have a look and have your say on what you think should or could happen to this out-of-this-world 500,000 square foot landmark that’s just as important to Detroit’s future as it was to Detroit’s past.