AC Detroit at the Bonstelle will include a 153-room, 10-story AC Hotel in the city’s vibrant Brush Park neighborhood. it will bring the global brand’s signature purposeful design and amenities to Detroit and become the first AC Hotel in southeast Michigan and second in the state. The project will rise at Woodward Avenue and Eliot Street, on the northern edge of the city’s Brush Park neighborhood. Situated at the gateway to Downtown, the hotel is within walking distance of major destinations such as Little Caesars Arena, Orchestra Hall, Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business and the Detroit Medical Center. The complex will also anchor a series of developments planned for surrounding properties at Mack and Woodward currently under development. The $46 million project also will incorporate the restoration of the historic Bonstelle Theatre to its original 1903 Albert Kahn-designed exterior and 1925 interior redesign by noted theater architect C. Howard Crane under the direction of its then-new owner, Jessie Bonstelle. The theater will be used for live performances, as well as civic, corporate and private events, and will be connected to the hotel via a glass-enclosed conservatory that will also feature a bar and private event space.