DETROIT (AP) - The owners of the Michigan Central train depot - Detroit's most well-known eyesore - will be required to install more than 1,000 windows this year in the long-shuttered building in a land transfer deal with the city.

DETROIT (AP) The owners of the Michigan Central train depot Detroit's most well-known eyesore will be required to install more than 1,000 windows this year in the long-shuttered building in a land transfer deal with the city.

The Ambassador Bridge Co. would get a strip of city-owned land that can be used as part of a planned new international bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.

Mayor Mike Duggan announced the deal Wednesday. It has to be approved by the City Council.

The depot was built in 1913 and fell into disrepair after rail service ended in 1988. Manuel (Matty) Moroun bought the building in the 1990s. Moroun also owns the bridge company.

The city gets nearly 5 acres of riverfront property from Moroun to expand and upgrade a nearby park.