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|Theodore Levin United States Courthouse|
|231 West Lafayette Boulevard|
Detroit MI United States
| - courthouse|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - art deco|
| - neo-classical|
| - glass|
| - stone|
| - limestone|
| - granite|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Top floor||164 ft||''|
• Architects: James A. Wetmore & Robert O. Derrick.
• Designed in a sleek moderne style, it is faced with limestone above a base of polished black stone. Above the second floor is an open center court.
• Relief sculptures of eagles and emblems above the entrance symbolize the building's governmental function.
• The Detroit Federal Building is on the site of the former Fort Lernout, Fort Shelby, and the 1897 U. S. Post Office, Courthouse, and Custom House.
• Remnants of the 1897 Courthouse can be found in Room 733, the U. S. District Courtroom.
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