Detroit's tallest building is eerily empty two years into the pandemic.
Six more floors of the Renaissance Center recently cleared out with the departure of Deloitte, prompting Crain's to take a look inside, so to speak.
The business publication found just over half of the space in the six-tower complex leased before the company's departure, for a Woodward Avenue building owned by Dan Gilbert. The data comes from CoStar Group Inc.
Many of the lessees' staff still work from home. GM, now the largest tenant with 5,000 employees in the building, has a so-called "work anywhere" policy.