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Although far from fully restored, the Michigan Central Station in Detroit looks better than it has in years with the new Graham Architectural Products windows installed. Over 1,050 Series 1200 fixed windows with high performance low-e glass now adorn the historic landmark. Closed in from the elements, this important step in the restoration process prevents … Read More >
It has been referred to as “derelict,” “a ruin,” and “Detroit's most notorious eyesore.” It is Michigan Central Station in west Detroit - at one time the tallest rail station in the world; now a tarnished jewel battered by time and neglect in what CBS News recently named America’s Poorest City. But better days are … Read More >
Two significant projects involving windows from Graham Architectural Products are generating interest. More than 1,050 of Graham’s 1200 Series fixed windows are helping to restore hope to the Michigan Central Train Station in the start of an ambitious restoration discussed on Glass magazine’s website. Once the world’s tallest train station, the building in West Detroit was … Read More >
Michigan Central Train Depot has received a stay of execution. Thirty-eight years after it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, and two years after the Detroit City Council passed a resolution asking the owner to tear the building down, windows from Graham Architectural Products are beginning to fill its more than 1,000 … Read More >