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Allan

Downtown Detroit Part 2

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Detail on the building at 1400 Woodward Avenue

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More of Merchant's Row

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1400 Woodward Avenue

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Looking South down Woodward Avenue

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Woodward Avenue, north of Merchant's Row

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Schwankovsky Temple of Music. Built in 1891, it was the last building in Detroit framed with cast iron instead of steel. It was also one of the first buildings in the city to have electric elevators

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Historic Buildings line Woodward Avenue

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Looking south down Woodward

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The Kales Building is being renovated into 118 apartments

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The Fyfe Building was converted into apartments a few years ago. It also has ground floor retail, although it is currently vacant. A Starbucks is rumored to be moving in, however.

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State Theater

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Woodward Avenue

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The Fox Theater, one of the few Ilitch-owned buildings that is actually maintained

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The Detroit Building, one of the unmaintained Ilitch-owned buildings

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Fox Theater

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Hockeytown Cafe

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Comerica Park

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Broderick Tower

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David Whitney Building

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Looking down Woodward Avenue from Grand Circus Park

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I honestly don't know. It looks like new construction to me. Although it could be a radically altered historic building.

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