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The Fox Theater has had an illustrious history.

It was founded in 1879 by Joseph H. Fox, a prominent Chicago businessman who became a major player in the city’s theatre scene.

In 1920, it became the largest theatre in the country, with about 2,000 seats, when it was bought by the Ford family.

The Fox Theatre closed in 1960, and was replaced by the Chrysler-Jeep Museum and Museum of Automotive History.

The museum is now a part of the Chrysler Museum and Technology Center in Lansing, Michigan.

The theater has been a fixture in Detroit since 1876, when the city was a railroad town.

At its peak, the theater attracted more than 10,000 patrons a year, and it was a home for the Detroit Opera and the Detroit Red Wings.

The building was built in 1875, and the current building was constructed in 1913.

The current owners, the Chicago Cubs, have renovated the building and reopened it to the public in late February.

The renovations were part of a new design for the theater, which includes new lighting and a new sound system.

The Chicago Tribune recently named the new building as one of the top-20 new theaters in the United States, citing the improvements.

The new theater will be home to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, and Detroit Opera.

The original theater, known as the Theatre du Pont, was demolished in 1970, but it was rebuilt and reopened in 1976.

The newest building in the current renovation is the Detroit Theatre Company, which is led by owner Dan Gilbert, and includes a new stage for live concerts.

The company is led and controlled by Gilbert, who is also the chairman and CEO of Quicken Loans, the world’s largest sports team, as well as a partner in the Chicago Bears and Chicago White Sox.

In 2012, Gilbert announced he was stepping down from the CEO position at Quicken, after more than a decade in the role.

The latest renovation is part of an ambitious plan to modernize the theater and make it more accessible to people with disabilities.

Gilbert has said the renovations are necessary to meet the demands of a growing city and an increasing number of people with visual impairments.

In 2014, he said the improvements will bring more seating for the company’s audience of about 300,000, and more seating on the stage.

The renovation is expected to be complete in the fall.

It will also include improvements to the lobby area, which will be renovated to accommodate wheelchair accessibility.

The project is expected bring more than $400 million in tax revenues to the city of Detroit.