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More than 30 years after closing, Michigan Central Station announces the date of its reopening.

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Following Detroiters’ fascination with an enigmatic projection on Michigan Central Station, the riddle has been solved: the famous rail station will reopen on June 6.

After the station had been closed for more than thirty years, this much-awaited reopening represents a major accomplishment. Built in Corktown in 1913, the imposing 15-story building symbolized Detroit’s economic woes as it fell into decay after it was closed for business usage in 1988.

With grand ambitions to turn the depot into the centerpiece of a state-of-the-art Detroit mobility campus, Ford Motor Co. purchased the depot in 2018. The goal of this campus is to provide an open platform for various startups and businesses, many of which are unaffiliated with Ford.

In a statement, Michigan Central Station expressed its delight for presenting the refurbished monument to the people of Detroit and the world at large. The June 6, 2024, reopening celebration is expected to provide an insight into the station’s metamorphosis. As organizers work out the logistics of handling the anticipated flow of guests anxious to see the station’s revival, more information about the celebrations, including guest speakers and artists, is still pending.

People are urged to follow the station on social media and visit for updates and more information. Keep checking back for updates on this historic reopening.

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