Re: Detroit No, Sorry – I moved away from S.E. Michigan in 1979 and never moved back. But the Riverfront Renaissance Center was a very influential part of Detroit, and of my life while growing up there. It was completed and first opened in the 70's, and I used to serve as a document courier for financial institutions during that time, and I had the wonderful opportunity to go there weekly -- but I don't think I've set foot in the 'RenCen' in 30+ years.
Re: Detroit Thanks for the context, JimT! Very cool. I love the idea of indoor palm trees in Detroit.
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Re: Detroit This is a view from the sprawling multi-level lobby of the Detroit Renaissance Center, looking straight up, thru the glass ceiling/skylights. Two Palm Trees are shown, which live indoors in this huge luxurious terrarium environment, safe from the bitter snow and wind of Detroit.
Detroit Okay, forgive me if I sound a bit silly, but what are those two fuzzy things? I think I can make out some trees? Are they trees? But at the back of my head, I'm thinking, whoa, those are two huge molds!
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