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The Detroit Masonic Temple is the world's largest Masonic Temple. Located in the Cass Corridor of Detroit, Michigan, at 500 Temple Street the building serves as a home to various masonic organizations including the York Rite Sovereign College of North America. The Masonic Temple Theater, managed by Olympia Entertainment), is a venue for concerts, Broadway shows, and other special events in the Detroit Theater District.
The Dime Building is a class-A high-rise office building located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is adjacent to the Penobscot Building in the heart of the Detroit Financial District. The building stands 23 stories tall, with eight elevators, and was constructed from 1910 to 1912. It is used as an office building, restaurant, and has retail space.
The DTE Energy Building is located at 2000 2nd Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan, between Beech Street and West Elizabeth Street. It was constructed in 1921, and stands at nine stories in height. The building is used primarily for offices, and was designed in the renaissance revival arechitectural style. It is a part of the DTE Energy Headquarters complex of buildings. it also stands next to the Detroit Edison Company Service Building.
DTE Energy Headquarters is located just west of downtown Detroit, Michigan. It composes of three buildings: Detroit Edison Plaza, DTE Energy Building, and the Detroit Edison Company Service Building. Detroit Edison Plaza (Walker Lee Cisler Building aka WCB) is a large skyscraper. It is often referred to as "DTE Energy Building", from a large neon sign on the building's top floor. That is incorrect, however, as a nearby building is the actual DTE Energy Building.
The First National Building is an skycraper and class-A office center in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Completed in 1930, the structure rises 25 stories and includes two basement levels, occupying an entire block along Cadillac Square (adjacent to Campus Martius Park). Located withom the Detroit Financial District, the tower's main uses are for offices and retail. It was constructed primarily with limestone. The building was designed by Albert Kahn in the Neoclassical architectural style.
The Fisher Building (1928) is an ornate class-A skyscraper in the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan, United States constructed of limestone, granite, and marble. Financed by the Fisher family with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors, the structure was designed to house office and retail space. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989. The building also contains the 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre.
The Ford Building is a high-rise office building standing at 615 Griswold Street, in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located at the northwest corner of the intersection between Congress Street and Griswold Street in the heart of Detroit's Financial District. Next door sits the Penobscot Building, and across Griswold St. dwells the Guardian Building. Designed by Daniel Burnham, it was built in 1907 and finished in 1909. It celebrated its 100th year of existence in 2009.
The DoubleTree Guest Suites Fort Shelby/Detroit Downtown is an historic high-rise hotel, located at 525 West Lafayette Boulevard (at First Street) in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was originally named the "Fort Shelby Hotel" when it opened its doors in 1916. In 1951 it was renamed the "Pick Fort Shelby" when it was bought out by the Albert Pick Hotels Company. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Fort Washington Plaza (Formerly 333 West Fort Street) is located at the corner of West Fort Street and Washington Boulevard in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the entire block bordered by West Fort Street, Washington Boulevard, Cass Avenue, and West Congress Street. The high-rise office building stands 16 storeys in height. It was built in 1969, and includes a parking garage. It was designed in the international architectural style. It uses mainly concrete and glass.