- Size: 64,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Event, meeting, office, restaurant, retail
- Main tenants: Ashe Supply Co., Buddy’s Pizza, Detroit Venture Partners, Sift, Signal Advisors, Waymark
Across from Grand Circus Park, the Madison Theatre was designed by architect Charles Crane and built in 1917 for movie theater investor John Kunsky as Detroit’s first major motion picture house. The 1,800-seat structure stood surrounded by a five-floor office building. In 2011, Bedrock purchased the property as the company’s premier real estate investment downtown. The next year, architecture firm McIntosh Poris Associates renovated the space to feature a multipurpose, multistory roofdeck, a two-story auditorium and a skylit loft, along with mid-level offices and street-level restaurant and retail locations. The Madison serves as one of the area’s paramount event venues.
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