Boston Consulting Group Debuts Office in Downtown Detroit

Boston Consulting Group, the nation’s second largest consulting firm, has opened a new Detroit office at 2715 Woodward Ave. in The District Detroit. The 30,000-square-foot office is just north of Little Caesars Arena.
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Boston Consulting Group has opened their new Detroit office at 1715 Woodward Ave next to Little Caesars Arena. // Courtesy of Olympia Development of Michigan

Boston Consulting Group, the nation’s second largest consulting firm, has opened a new Detroit office at 2715 Woodward Ave. in The District Detroit. The 30,000-square-foot office is just north of Little Caesars Arena.

“The move to Detroit and the custom floor plan will enhance the workplace environment for our employees and be very well received by our business partners,” says Michelle Andersen, managing director and senior partner of BCG’s Detroit practice. “This new space will support our work as we expand our relationships, find new sources of value creation for our clients, and give our team the chance to be a part of Detroit’s incredible energy.”

The company has offices in more than 50 countries, and its metro Detroit team has more than 90 years of experience in the city. The new construction building opened this year when law firm Warner Norcross and Judd moved their metro Detroit office to the location.

The Olympia Development-owned building was built by Detroit-based Christman-Brinker Construction and designed Harley Ellis Devereaux of Tryba Architects based in Denver.

“Tenants like Boston Consulting Group work with us to create a distinctive space which will allow them to empower their employees and grow their businesses,” says Stefan Stration, vice president of development at Olympia Development.

Features of the space include floor-to-ceiling glass, plenty of natural light, and an advanced systems that provide the building with more fresh-air circulation, particle filtration, and sound attenuation than standard systems.

2715 Woodward joins other recent Olympia Development projects to reinvigorate the Woodward corridor such as the Little Caesars world headquarters building, Little Caesars Arena and the Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University. Other projects expected to be completed this year include the restoration of the former Eddystone Hotel and the restoration of the former Women’s City Club.

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