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7310 Woodward Avenue

7310 Woodward Avenue
Detroit MI United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count8
Floor Area74,676 m²
Building Uses
 - office
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - modern
 - concrete

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Main roof120 ftSanborn Maps

- Architect: Albert Kahn & Associates

- Owner/Tenant: Lakeshore Engineering Services, Inc.

- The building was originally completed as the 4-story, terra cotta-faced Ford Motor Company Salves and Service Building, and 4 more stories wered added to the structure in 1913.

- When the Ford Motor Company vacated the building in 1919 Wayne County Savings Bank moved in and renamed it the Wayne County Savings Bank Boulevard Building.

- Wayne County Savings Bank moved out of the building sometime in the 1960's, and the building went through an extensive reconstruction stripping the facade of all of its terra-cotta and replacing it with an aggregate facade.

- The State of Michigan bought the building after the renovation for its Labor Department, which remained in the building until 2000 when the department was moved to the nearby and recently renovated Cadillac Place.

- The building was bought and renovated by Lakeshore Engineering Services, Inc. in 2005

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