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|Detroit City Hall|
Detroit MI United States
| - city hall|
| - lowrise|
| - tower|
| - renaissance revival|
| - stone|
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|Spire||200 ft||Burton's "The City of Detroit" (1922)|
- This tower was reportedly built very poorly, and was plagued by problems its entire existence.
- This building was demolished in 1961 to make way for a public Square known as Kennedy Square, which itself was demolished for the new One Kennedy Square office building.
- The building took 10 years to complete. Most of this was due to restrictions of material during the Civil War, but much had to do with city politicians fighting over the bids and contracts.
- The building is styled in a jumble or Renaissance styles including that of the French and Italian.
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