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Elliott Building

1403 Woodward Ave.

Quick Facts

  • Size: 10,000 sq. ft.
  • Usage: Retail
  • Main tenants: To come

At the prominent intersection of Woodward and Grand River avenues, the Elliott Building was designed by architecture firm Wilson Bros. & Co. and constructed in 1894 for William Elliott’s dry-goods store. Then the six-story, steel-framed structure faced with dark-red brick and light-gray terracotta was occupied by Kresge’s discount store for 40 years, until 1960. In 2017, architecture firm Kraemer Design Group redeveloped the property into apartments above the Bedrock-acquired street-level and basement retail space.

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