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Crain's Detroit
POSTED 03.30.2017
We all know the stereotypes around millennials in the workforce, but what do millennials in metro Detroit really think about their workplace? If you are among the many businesses grappling with an influx of young talent, here's some insight into what millennials look for in an ideal work environment. Crain's Detroit interviews ROSSETTI's Michael Paciero, a virtual design and construction project coordinator and a former Challenge Detroit fellow on his views of what millennials in Detroit really want and expect from their employer. Their generation will be the topic of discussion at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s upcoming Attracting and Engaging Millennials event on April 12.
POSTED 03.20.2017
ROSSETTI is expanding our urban planning services with the addition of two award-winning urban planners. Amy Chesterton, AICP, RLA joins us as our Director of Urban Planning with over 20 years experience in leading large-scale strategic real estate developments. Alex Niehaus, AICP joins us as an Urban Planner with a background in urban planning and design.
Curbed Detroit
POSTED 02.27.2017
The Pistons and Henry Ford Health Systems announced plans for a state-of-the-art training, rehabilitation and sports medicine complex near Tech Town and a few blocks away from the Fisher Building. It’ll be located between 2nd and 3rd, near these warehouses sold last week. Henry Ford owns the land, which is currently a parking lot.
The Detroit News
POSTED 02.15.2017
Detroit —Ford Field will be undergoing extensive renovations. The Lions consulted with ROSSETTI, the original architectural firm for the stadium, seeking opportunities to enhance and modernize the facility. A total of 210,000 square feet, from large social areas to suites, will be renovated. Wood said there will not be a single square foot of premium space in the stadium that won’t be upgraded. The team president also said owner Martha Ford has been heavily involved in the process, down to selecting patterns and fabrics for some of the suite upgrades.
Crain's Detroit Business
POSTED 02.01.2017
Detroit is one step closer to its fifth pro sports franchise. Billionaire businessmen and pro basketball team owners, Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores formally submitted their joint application to Major League Soccer on Tuesday for an expansion team that could be awarded for Detroit later this year.