- Size: 63,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Office
- Main tenants: To come
The Comerica Bank Building was designed by architecture firm Albert Kahn Associates and constructed in 1915 as the Detroit Trust Co. Building. The two-and-a-half-story neoclassical structure features a steel frame and a limestone facade, with Corinthian columns lining the perimeter and foliated details adorning the attic. The property was expanded in 1926, renamed like the bank in 1982 and – when Comerica moved out – purchased by Bedrock in 2017. Located in the Financial District, the space sits two blocks southwest of Campus Martius Park and two blocks northeast of the Huntington Place convention center.
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