PGA selected by City to make Spirit Plaza a permanent park

New construction on the plaza, to truly “make it more permanent,” is planned to include a stage, playground, better seating, bike stations and enhanced green space, said Brad Dick, general services director for Detroit. The project, bid out to Detroit-based Premier Group Associates at a price tag of just less than $800,000, was approved by City Council and is expected to begin in the next three weeks and be done by the end of September.

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