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|Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center|
|1 Renaissance Center Drive|
Detroit MI United States
|Units / Rooms||1,298|
| - hotel|
| - conference|
| - museum|
| - parking garage|
| - restaurant|
| - retail|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Antenna||755 ft||American Tower|
|To Tip of Antenna|
|Roof||727 ft||Original Blueprints|
|To Elevator Tower|
|Penthouse roof||725 ft||Original Blueprints|
|To Penthouse Roof|
|Main roof||711 ft||Original Blueprints|
|To Main Roof Deck|
|Top floor||697 ft||Original Blueprints|
|To Top Floor (observation lounge)|
- Architect: John Portman & Associates
- Architect (renovation): SOM, Gensler, & SmithGroup
- General Contractor: Tishman Construction Co.
- General Contractor (renovation): Turner Construction Co.
- Owner: Riverfront Holdings, Inc. (General Motors)
- Property Management: Hines Midwest
Facts & Description:
- The Renaissance Center is World Headquarters for General Motors.
- Floors 71 through 73 include the Coach Insignia restaurant, and a lounge area/observation floor.
- The hotel has no labeled 7th, 8th, or 13th floors.
- The 2003 renovation of the Renaissance Center also include the reconfiguration of the shopping center, which include the construction of a 103' (31.4 meter) tall Wintergarden atrium at the back of the hotel along the river.
- Because the Renaissance Center is built into a riverbank, the front entrance along Jefferson Avenue sits exactly 14 feet (4.3 meters) higher than the back entrance along Atwater Street.
- This has been Detroit's, and Michigan's, taller building since its completion in 1977.
- This is the tallest building in North America devoted entirely to hotel usage.
- A complete renovation, reconstruction, and reconfiguration of this tower, and the rest of the towers of the Renaissance Center complex, was complete in 2003.
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|John Portman & Associates|| - ||Architect|| |
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