As you drive into Bay Harbor from U.S. 31, you’ll quickly notice the beautiful view of Lake Michigan and the hotels that crease the skyline, but now there’s an added vision: The Great Lakes Center for the Arts. The shell is fast becoming a building with a future as bright and audacious as the performers it will attract.
During the construction, have some fun with the view. Remember the days in the sandbox? Remember the cranes, the front loaders, dump trucks, and bulldozers? That’s the romance of watching the scene.
“It’s exciting to watch the progress out the window,” notes Beth Anne Eckerle, Marketing Director for the Center.
It’s also fun. Crews are rigging and welding while others move mountains of earth and still more folks study…