DETROIT — Detroit Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick and Alex Dembitzer, principal and managing partner of the New York City-based real estate development firm Northern Group Inc. will hold a news conference at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 9 in the Mayor’s conference room to announce details of the new, iconic Cadillac Centre on Campus Martius Park. Joining Mayor Kilpatrick and Dembitzer for the news conference will be Cadillac Centre Architect Anthony Caradonna of New York City and Rome.
WHO: Detroit Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick, Alex Dembitzer, principal and
managing partner, Northern Group, Inc.; Anthony Caradonna,
architect of the Cadillac Centre complex.
WHAT: News conference to announce details of the iconic $150 million
living, dining, shopping and entertainment complex called
“Cadillac Centre” on Campus Martius Park.
WHEN: 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 9, 2008
WHERE: Mayor's conference room in the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center
at Two Woodward Ave., Detroit 48226
About Cadillac Centre: The Cadillac Centre will be an iconic $150 million complex on Campus Martius Park and will occupy the entire Monroe Block — situated between Compuware’s world headquarters and the recently completed Cadillac Square Park — with a connection to the existing Cadillac Tower. The dramatic building complex will feature two modern 24-story towers of sculpted metal and glass rising from a 12-story base designed to make Detroit a global architectural destination.
About Northern Group: Northern Group, Inc. is a privately held, New York City-based real estate investment firm established more than 20 years ago by principals committed to creatively readapting commercial real estate within urban areas. Executive leadership of the Northern Group includes Principal and Managing Partner Alex Dembitzer and Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Zich. For more information about Northern Group, visit www.zul.com.
News Media Contacts:
Leland K. Bassett or Tina Bassett,
Bassett & Bassett, Incorporated
SOURCE Northern Group, Inc.
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