Apple Developer Academy in Detroit to be located in the First National Building

In January, Apple announced as part of its Racial Equity and Justice initiative projects that it will be opening an Apple Developer Academy in Detroit, in partnership with the Michigan State University. A city permit application filed in early April indicates it will be located in the First National Building and should open this year, reports AppleInsider.

The Apple Developer Academy will take up around 37,000 square feet, the article adds. The permit obtained by Crain’s covers an operation at 660 Woodward Avenue that will be set on the second and third floors. Estimates for the construction cost of the project, based on the cost of the permit itself, put building the operation at US$1.41 million.

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