Now that city officials are considering the idea of demolishing the old Wyandotte City Hall, we asked our readers on Facebook what type of establishment they'd like to see built on the property.
Barb Duran, who chairs the city's Zoning Board of Appeals and Adjustments, said the spot is perfect for parking.
"A 3-story parking garage," she wrote. "(It) wouldn't be much higher than the existing building and would alleviate the parking problems in downtown Wyandotte as well as attract more people to the restaurants and bars and shops since there will be ample parking right smack in the middle of downtown. The facade that faces Biddle could be required to be an attractive design and style to fit in with the downtown architecture as well as hide any view of automobiles from Biddle Avenue. The city could also determine whether or not to charge a fee for parking in order to increase revenue for the city."
Troy Huffaker of Dtl Herbs, who is a regular vendor at the Wyandotte Farmers Market, said the space could be used to enhance the market.
"I propose that the building be turned over to the DDA for development into an indoor bazaar/market where producers of Michigan made products, particularly those loyal vendors who have supported the Wyandotte Farmers Market, would have a place, year round, to bring their fine products to the people of Wyandotte," he wrote.
Other suggestions included Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Buffalo Wild Wings, a movie theater and high-rise condos.
What do you think? Tell us in the comments below.
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