The owners of the Fisher Building announced Monday that they have closed on a $36 million loan, a refinancing move they say will cover preservation and the ongoing rehab for the historic Albert Kahn-designed building.

Plans include a conference center for the 1928 building, modernizing three elevators, renovating public bathrooms and restoring the brass entrance doors.

The refinancing was done through Boston-based UC Funds, according to the ownership team, the Platform, HFZ Capital Partners and Detroit native John Rhea’s Rheal Capital Management.

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