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|Detroit Riverside Hotel|
|2 Washington Boulevard|
Detroit MI United States
|Units / Rooms||367|
| - hotel|
| - restaurant|
| - fitness center|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Roof||252 ft||Elevation Drawings, Accessed 2 August 2007|
- Architect: King & Lewis
- Owner: United Central Bank (as of 2009)
- The hotel is designed in such a way that every room has views toward the Detroit River.
- A $35 million renovation of the hotel took place from 2006 to the end of 2007, transforming the Hotel Pontchartrain into the Sheraton Detroit Riverside. The renovation included upgrades to all hotel amenities and mechanical systems, and the addition of a health and fitness complex that included a new indoor pool.
- Due to poor management, and after losing its Sheraton branding, the hotel was foreclosed on in 2009, and subsequently shuttered and sold off in August 2009 when the Illinois bank that forclosed on it was deemed insolvent and sold to Texas-based United Central Bank which took possession of the hotel.
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