David Broderick Tower

When originally built, it was referred to as the Eaton Tower and was the 2nd tallest building in Michigan at the time.  The classical style tower was once topped with Beaux-Arts details, most of which have now disappeared.  The building features relative small floor...

Sheraton Detroit Riverside Hotel

Formerly known as the Pontchartrain Hotel, this building sits on the site occupied by the first permanent French settlement in Detroit, Fort Pontchartrain. Uniquely shaped, each faceted face offers views of both the river and the city from each room. The hotel was...

David Whitney Building

Originally, the building was adorned with Italian Renaissance details, much of which were removed when the building was renovated in 1959.  It was originally built as an office tower for doctors and dentists, who after World War II began to locate near hospitals.  The...

Book Tower

The 38-story Book Tower was part of the Washington Boulevard redevelopment, a project by J. Burgess Book, Jr. and his brothers which transformed a run-down area of Detroit into one of the world’s most fashionable streets. Planned in 1915 by Edward H. Bennett of...