Susan Selasky Detroit Free Press Published 10:21 AM EDT Oct 22, 2018 Love thin crust pizza? Little Caesars has something for you. The pizza chain launched a new thin crust pepperoni pizza on Monday that will be available only for a limited time. It's priced at $6 and available as a Hot-N-Ready item from 4-8 p.m. Little Caesars describes the pizza as having ”a crispy, flaky, thin crust" and touts that it has a good amount of pepperoni and cheese. The cheese is their proprietary mix of mozzarella and Muenster. Read more: “This is thin crust pizza done Little Caesars style,” said Ed Gleich, senior vice president of global marketing for Little Caesars, in a statement. “The abundant toppings go all the way to the edge, and then the pizza is party cut so every bite is an explosion of pizza taste. The crust may be thin, but the pizza is big on toppings and flavor. And of course, this pizza variety has our … [Read more...] about Little Caesars launches thin crust pizza for limited time.
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Allie Gross Detroit Free Press Published 2:55 PM EDT Oct 16, 2018 Last December, Chris Ilitch, president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, took reporters on a tour of the construction site of the new Little Caesars headquarters building in Detroit. The showstopper? The 102 giant windows in the shape of pizza slices that would be installed on all nine floors facing Woodward Avenue. “This facade will be the first of its kind in the world," Ilitch told reporters at the time, with the Free Press reporting that the construction would be finished and HQ opened this summer. But it's now almost November and for anyone driving past the HQ, one thing is clear: This building is not ready to open. The top two floors have no glass installed and have been covered with sheeting for the past six months. On Tuesday morning, a truck holding stacks of glass shaped like pizza slices was parked in front of the building. A Sept. 25 press release says it … [Read more...] about Pizza-slice windows may be delaying Little Caesars HQ opening
Brian McCollum Detroit Free Press Published 10:51 p.m. UTC Jun 27, 2018 The sunny charisma was familiar but the sound was new as Harry Styles gave Detroit a glimpse of an artistic makeover-in-progress Tuesday night. After six Detroit shows with One Direction during the group’s 2012-2015 hot streak, the English star hit a packed Little Caesars Arena with his own name atop the bill. He arrived with a set of songs that occasionally nodded to his dormant pop group while showcasing his streamlined take on classic, textured, guitar-spiked rock. Tuesday’s show came amid the final stretch of a global tour that started last fall, on the heels of a self-titled debut album that saw Styles drawing from a well of vintage rock inspirations — a host of glam, folk and Southern California sounds that held sway well before his 1994 birth. The album and tour find Styles in transition — from mainstream boy-band idol to master-of-his-own-fate rock star — and … [Read more...] about Harry Styles cuts new musical path at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit
JC Reindl Detroit Free Press Published 6:25 p.m. UTC Jun 6, 2018 The Detroit Medical Center announced plans Wednesday to open a new sports medicine center next to Little Caesars Arena for professional, amateur and weekend warrior-type athletes. The DMC Sports Medicine Institute would be the main tenant in a future five-story, 127,000-square-foot building to go just north of the arena at Sproat and Woodward, where there is now a surface parking lot. More: Detroit becomes home to Michigan's first Delta Hotel More: How Little Caesars Arena transitions from hockey to basketball to concerts The center, expected to open in 2020, would expand DMC's sports medicine services and create 20 to 30 new jobs, according to DMC's CEO Dr. Anthony Tedeschi. It will feature specialty services such as a rehab pool and mobile MRI machine, as well as a golf simulator, basketball court and 40-yard track. The center will serve "athletes of all ages," Tedeschi … [Read more...] about DMC to open sports medicine center next to Little Caesars Arena
Allie Gross Detroit Free Press Published 10:00 p.m. UTC May 23, 2018 The City of Detroit's move to possibly condemn a ramshackle house on Cass Avenue next to the new Little Caesars Arena has raised questions about two nearby blighted properties that are owned by the Ilitch family but that have not received a blight ticket since 2009. The buildings — the former Hotel Ansonia at 2447 Cass Ave. and the former Atlanta Apartments at 2467 Cass Ave. — are two of several dozen buildings owned by the Ilitch family in the lower Cass Corridor. While the buildings have been inspected on and off over the past decade, neither has received a blight ticket since the year the Ilitch family's Sorin Enterprise LLC purchased them. This absence of ticketing comes in spite of the fact that both buildings lack windows and are not securely closed — two violations of city code that are supposed to lead to … [Read more...] about Blighted Ilitch-owned buildings near Little Caesars Arena go unticketed