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|Mott Foundation Building|
|503 South Saginaw Street|
Flint MI United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - art deco|
| - steel|
| - limestone|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Antenna||240 ft||Debbie Bullen, Building Manager|
|Roof||226 ft||Debbie Bullen, Building Manager|
|Main roof||187 ft||Debbie Bullen, Building Manager|
- Architect: Smith, Hinchman, & Grylls
- Developer: Realty Construction Company
- Owner: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
- This was the tallest building in Flint from its completion in 1930 to 1968, when it was surpassed in height by the adjacent Genesee Towers office building.
- The building was originally completed in November 1930 as the Union Industrial Bank Building at a cost of $2 million.
- After the Union Industrial Bank went under in 1944, the Mott Foundation took control of the building, and named after auto magnate Charles Stewart Mott.
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