Completed in 1922, Cadillac Place once housed the headquarters for General Motors until its move to the Renaissance Building in 2001. Designed by famed architect Albert Kahn, Cadillac Place was a showcase for each of GM's major brands in showrooms across the first floor. The high ceilings and open spaces allow for unique tenants and uses.
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Near Henry Ford Hospital, Wayne State University, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Adjacent to the Shinola World Headquarters and factory.
Adjacent to the Center for Creative Studies, the Fisher Building and Fisher Theater.
Two blocks from the Q Line and Woodward Avenue.
Two blocks east of 531 new apartments under construction.
One block south of 200 upcoming apartments within the Albert Kahn Building.