Michigan Building #Detroit #Decadencia

The Michigan Building is an office building and former theatre in downtown Detroit, Michigan.[1][2][3] It was constructed in 1925 and stands at 13 floors in height. It contains retail space, offices, and a parking garage.

The high-rise was constructed in the Renaissance Revival. The exterior of the building is faced with brick with terra cotta and granite accents. The ground level contains retail space with large windows still framed by the original decorative metal work.


AKA Michigan  opened 1926 Year closed 1976 Architect Cornelius W. Rapp George L. RappRapp & Rapp Style French Renaissance.

Michigan Theatre – Photos  13 Photos

The former Michigan Bell Building in Detroit has been renovated into apartments for the homeless

Read more: http://www.wxyz.com/dpp/news/region/wayne_county/the-former-michigan-bell-building-in-detroit-has-been-renovated-into-apartments-for-the-homeless#ixzz2FsNcBf3H



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