- Size: 36,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Office
- Main tenants: Woodward Original, WRKSHP
At the intersection of Capitol Park and Grand River Avenue, the Bamlet Building was designed by architecture firm Spier & Rohn and constructed in 1897 for real estate investor Frank Bamlet. Renamed the Capitol Square Building in 1931, the six-story structure represents the Classical Revival style and features a facade of red brick with a rounded column of corner windows. Bedrock purchased the property in 2013, and architecture firm Neumann/Smith completed renovations a year later. The creative space centers on media production company Woodward Original and music-based lifestyle company WRKSHP.
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