Built in 1916 as The Detroit News Building, this English Domestic Revival building is a landmark in Downtown Detroit. Albert Kahn Associates designed the building with reinforced concrete and placed sculptures of printing pioneers in the buildings niches: Johannes Gutenberg, Christophe Plantin, William Caxton, and Benjamin Franklin. The building is now a multi-tenant office tower.
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