Read the news 4 days ago, that Motorsports Hall of fame of America is leaving Novi, MI for Daytona Beach.
Not surprisingly, the move will be completed in 2016, at the same time when the Rising Daytona project, a massive overhaul of the Speedway by NASCAR, is over.
And, as it is easy to guess, the new Daytona Rising will have room for the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
"Plans call for the Hall of Fame's displays featuring cars, images, stories and bronze sculptures of 209 icons of American motorsports to be located in Daytona's Ticket and Tours Building, which was formerly known as the Daytona 500 Experience.
The Hall of Fame celebrates vehicles and artifacts from American motorsports, including open-wheel racing, stock cars, motorcycles, aviation, drag racing and powerboats."
I don’t think this the best news for Detroit, but looks like they have bigger problems now. As for Daytona Beach, this is great news. Looks like the future of Daytona starts in January 2016 with several projects worth $1 Billion.
Will it affect real estate?
Sounds like a rhetoric question.
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