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Townhouse Owner Plots Steakhouse in Downtown's Capitol Park

Jeremy Sasson has a new concept in the works

A new steakhouse is headed for the Capitol Park Building.
A new steakhouse is headed for the Capitol Park Building.
Brenna Houck

As prophesied last month, a new restaurant concept is headed to the first floor of the Capitol Park Building under renovation in downtown Detroit. The Detroit Free Press reports that Townhouse owner Jeremy Sasson is developing a steakhouse in the 11,000-square-foot space. "I want it to be a next-generation landmark steakhouse for downtown," Sasson tells the Free Press.

Like his previous project in the One Detroit Center building, the steakhouse will have a large footprint seating between 180 and 240 diners. Plans are still in development but the project may also include a lounge, event space, and — Sasson's signature — patio seating. Steaks at the restaurant will be cooked through a variety of processes including sous-vide and wood-fired. The unnamed eatery could debut as soon as November.

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