Several of Detroit’s most prominent buildings will illuminate with red, white and blue in honor of essential workers working tirelessly through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bedrock, a commercial real estate firm with several properties in Detroit, is partnering with the TCF Center and Ford Field to illuminate Michigan’s biggest city in the nation’s colors from Friday, April 3 until Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order has been lifted.
Other participating buildings include The Ally Detroit Center, One Woodward Building, One Campus Martius, The Z Lot, David Stott, the Federal Reserve Building, One Kennedy Square, 150 West Jefferson, Ernst & Young and the CN Tower at the Penobscot Building.
“By lighting the city in our nation’s colors, we put forth a united front to thank our police officers, firemen, grocery workers, delivery people, and the many, many doctors and nurses working tirelessly to keep us all safe,” a news release reads.
Bedrock and its partners is also inviting other homes and businesses to join in by turning a light outside their home to red or blue. Or alternatively, by lighting their homes in any way they can – through candles, Christmas lights, or shinning flashlights.
The lighting will take place each night at nightfall. Here is a look at some of the participating buildings.
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