Motown Museum to Undergo $50M Expansion in Detroit


The $50 million expansion of the Motown Museum in Detroit will increase the size of the facility to 50,000 square feet.

DETROIT — Motown Museum will undergo a $50 million expansion to increase the size of the museum to 50,000 square feet in Detroit. The expansion will be designed and built around the current museum space and the Hitsville U.S.A. house, the first headquarters for the legendary recording label. The new facility will feature interactive exhibits, a state-of-the-art performance theater, recording studios, an expanded retail area and meeting spaces. The project team includes Perkins + Will, Hamilton Anderson Associates, Brinker Group and Gallagher & Associates.

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