$7M Restoration of Detroit’s Old Wayne County Building Complete
DETROIT — The Christman Company has completed the restoration of the Old Wayne County Building located at 600 Randolph St. in Detroit. The scope of the project included improvements to the exterior façade and lighting as well as the removal of old furniture. Since March 2016, the building’s ownership group has invested $7 million in restoring the property. Quinn Evans Architects served as the project architect. The 250,000-square-foot building has been vacant since Wayne County government left the property in 2009 and moved to the Guardian Building on Griswold Street. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.