Best of Detroit 2016



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Detroit Car Brand — Automaker 
// Ford

Detroit Car Brand — Division 
// Chevrolet

Detroit Car Model 
// Ford Mustang

Downtown Skyscraper 
// Renaissance Center, Detroit 

Detroit Cliché To Ban 
// Detroit vs. Everybody 

Best Loft Building (Tie)
// Waterview Loft – Port Detroit, downtown Detroit
// Willys Overland Lofts, Midtown Detroit

Private Club 
// City: Detroit Athletic Club, downtown Detroit
// Suburb: The Village Club, Bloomfield Hills

Hotel 
// City: Greektown Casino Hotel, Detroit (soon to be known as “Jack”)
// Suburb: The Townsend Hotel, Birmingham

Best Sign of a Detroit Comeback (Tie) 
// Midtown Revival // M-1 Rail (now known as the QLine)

Inner-Ring Suburb
// Ferndale

National Chain We Wish We Had Here 
// In-N-Out Burger

Building Worth Saving 
// Michigan Central Train Station, Corktown Detroit


Little Red Corvette

“…Baby you’re much too fast.” Indeed, every “Little Red Corvette” (and any other color) that Chevrolet built was fast. But for this year’s Best Detroit Car Brand — Division, the ride of the ’80s was the Camaro IROC-Z. With its boxy yet sporty design, it suited the era. As Car and Driver put it in a recent roundup of the coolest cars of the 1980s, “The third-generation Chevrolet Camaro is a wheeled embodiment of the 1980s, the angular styling the perfect complement to that red-leather Michael Jackson jacket in the closet, the removable T-tops ideal for blow-drying that ’do on the go.” As the late legend Prince might say: “Move over baby, come on, give me the keys.” chevrolet.com

 

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