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1250 Griswold

1250 Griswold Street

Facing Capitol Park, the low-rise at 1250 Griswold Street was designed by architecture firm Rogers, Bonnah & Chaffee and constructed in 1917 as the National Loan & Investment Building for the bank. The location’s ownership and occupancy changed to the Surety Savings & Loan bank in the 1950s. The three-story, red-brick structure’s most recent occupants were the Detroit Pizza Factory restaurant and the Industry Sound Studios. In 2014, the property was purchased by Bedrock and became known as 1250 Griswold.

Quick Facts

  • Size: 8,700 sq. ft.
  • Usage: Office, restaurant
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