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Little Caesars’ Detroit Pizza Mothership Will Feature 14-Foot Pizza Slice Windows

Getting literal with design

A rendering of the new Little Caesars Global Resource Center
A rendering of the new Little Caesars Global Resource Center
Courtesy of Little Caesars

Bloated Hot-n-Ready pizza empire Little Caesars today revealed the renderings for its new Detroit-based headquarters, Curbed Detroit reports. The nine-story, 234,000-square foot Global Resource Center located at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Columbia Street will feature a facade filled with 14-foot tall, "pizza slice"-shaped windows.

According to a release, the building will be double the size of Little Caesars’ current headquarters and feature triple the research and development space including a "state-of-the-art test kitchen and space for sensory panels and quality assurance operations." Other amenities include a work cafe, pantries, collaborative spaces and meeting rooms, a glass-covered terrace, a 425-seat training room, a fitness center, and a retail and dining area that will presumably sell takeout pizzas and cheesy bread. The new Little Caesars campus and recently dubbed Little Caesars Arena, will anchor the larger Ilitch family-owned development in the Cass Corridor known as The District Detroit. Take a peek at the renderings below.

A view of the proposed "pizza slice" facade at Little Caesars hulking global headquarters
Courtesy of Little Caesars
A scale drawing of one of the pizza slice windows
Courtesy of Little Caesars
The building features informal meeting areas, collaborative spaces, cafes.
Courtesy of Little Caesars

Little Caesars Global Resource Center

Woodward Ave & E Columbia St, Detroit, MI 48201, USA

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