Detroit continues to attract a diverse and premier range of world-renowned businesses to the city. Building on this momentum, the Boston Consulting Group will soon be calling 2715 Woodward Avenue home for the company’s southeast Michigan employees, becoming one of the latest principal tenants to join The District Detroit.
The $70 million building will replace a former surface parking lot at Sproat Street, creating approximately 850 construction and construction-related jobs for Detroiters and Michiganders.
For more than half a century, Boston Consulting Group, with offices in more than 50 countries, has partnered with top business and public leaders to help them effectively navigate some of the greatest challenges and opportunities of the modern era – from healthcare to technology and globalization to social impact. Notably, their metro Detroit team has more than 90 years of experience in the city.
“Moving into Detroit connects us with our clients on a whole new level,” said Michelle Andersen, Managing Director & Senior Partner of BCG’s Detroit practice. “Our staff is thrilled to be part of the energy in Detroit, and ready for the expanded opportunities to find new sources of value creation for our clients and new chances for expanding the knowledge base of our team.”
Boston Consulting Group will conduct their operations in nearly 30,000 square feet of state-of-the-art office space, adding vitality and economic activity to Detroit’s continuing resurgence.
“We’ve worked closely with BCG to create a vibrant workspace where its Detroit-based headquarters will grow and thrive for years to come,” said Keith Bradford, Senior Vice President of Olympia Development. “With strategic proximity to the growing base of talent and opportunities throughout the city, we are thrilled to welcome Boston Consulting Group to The District Detroit.”
The building is currently under construction and expected to open in Spring 2021.