Michigan Central Station is being transformed 112 years after the Detroit train station was built.
While Ford is still more than a year away from opening the Michigan Central Station campus, its ideas for what it will look like are already beginning to take shape.
The city of Detroit and the state of Michigan have also agreed to provide infrastructure and other support for Ford's new innovation district being built around Michigan Central Station.
Ford shared a Michigan Central Station update that included a look at what's been completed inside the former Detroit train depot.
The last train left Michigan Central Station 34 years ago, on Jan. 5, 1988. Today, Ford is in the process of finishing up the Detroit train depot's restoration that began in 2018.
Michigan Central Station in Detroit opened on Dec. 26, 1913, after a fire at the old train station. The historic depot is now being rehabbed by Ford after decaying for decades.
Another stage of Michigan Central Station's restoration has been completed with the installment of the last capital stone on the building's facade.
Input from the community is sought as Ford renovates Michigan Central Station in Detroit.
Crews found a sub-basement that wasn't on the original Michigan Central Plans.
Detroit's Roosevelt Park is getting a makeover to help connect neighborhoods, including Mexicantown, to Michigan Central Station.
The final phase of Michigan Central Station's restoration is underway, with work expected to be finished by the end of 2022 or early 2023.
Two people will have the chance to hide bottles with messages in them inside Michigan Central Station.
Pieces of history have been found inside Michigan Central Station as crews restore the former train depot in Detroit.
A Stroh's beer bottle found inside Michigan Central Station in Detroit had a note in it from 1913.