Introduction

  • Located in the heart of the New Center area, this cir.1922 Neo-Classical structure boasts a wide range of space options that will help drive Detroit into it’s next gilded age.

Retail Suites

Overview

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    Lively Retail elements focusing on food, apparel, health, and artisanal goods.

    Professional Office elements focusing on financial and general business trade that benefits the community.

    Suites available ranging from 576-14,000 square feet and up.

    Open-span areas featuring high ceilings, large windows, and in-suite mezzanine spaces.

    Reclaimed original architectural elements throughout including mosaic tiles, exposed brick, plaster moldings, and iron railings.

Retail Suites

Amenities

  • This full-service building maintains a first-floor facility supervisor office, providing quick service and directing laborers, painters and skilled tradespeople onsite.

    Cadillac Place houses approximately 1,700 State of Michigan employees and daily visitors in 1.4 million square feet of office space.

    Over one dozen executive branch agencies, plus courtrooms and an office for the Governor. 

    The building already houses a barber, two banks, retail facilities and food service providers.

    Tunnel access to the Fisher Building.

    Bridge access to New Center One Building and the Cass Avenue parking garage.

    Two dedicated elevators for retail use.

Neighborhood

  • Cadillac Place front entranceNear 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.

     

History

History

GM Headquarters - old postcard
  • Cadillac Place Architecture

    Completed in 1922, Cadillac Place once housed the headquarters for General Motors until its move to the Renaissance Building in 2001.  The building, designed by Albert Kahn, was designed to showcase each of GM’s major brands in showrooms spread across the first floor.  The high ceilings and open spaces allow for unique tenants and uses.

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