The historic 1922 neo-classical Cadillac Place skyscraper contains 1.4 million square feet. Originally the corporate home of General Motor Corporation, it now serves as the principle offices for the State of Michigan in the City of Detroit.
The building maintains a first-floor facility supervisor office, providing quick maintenance and other support services to retail and office tenants alike.
Cadillac Place pedestrian traffic normally consists of approximately 1,700 State of Michigan employees working in over a dozen executive branch agencies and daily visitors.
The Arcade level (first floor) is already home to a bank, a credit union, the Michigan Secretary of State and various retail facilities and food service providers.
Tunnel access to the Fisher Building and bridge access to New Center One Building and the Cass Avenue parking garage.
Loading dock access and basement storage space for non-hazardous dry materials available.
Express elevator service to the eleventh floor available.