The Industrial Building is a high-rise
building located at 1410 Washington Boulevard in downtown Detroit
, within the Washington Boulevard Historic District
. It occupies the northeast corner on Grand River Avenue
and Washington Boulevard.
The building stands 22 storeys tall, with 21 above-ground floors, and one basement level. It was completed in 1928,
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and is one of the many structures built by architect Louis Kamper
on Washington Boulevard in the 1910s and 1920s. Kamper designed the Industrial Building with a mixture of Art Deco
, Gothic Revival
The upper stories feature several setback
s and piers, and the roof has an intricate design of limestone cornice
Built as an office building, the tower was later converted to residential use and renamed the Park Place Apartments.
A fire struck the building in February 2003, temporarily displacing over 100 residents.
External linksGoogle Maps location of the Industrial-Stevens Apartments
Category:Residential skyscrapers in Detroit
Category:Apartment buildings in Detroit
Category:Office buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Michigan
Category:Art Deco architecture in Michigan
Category:Historic district contributing properties in Michigan
Category:National Register of Historic Places in Detroit
Category:1928 establishments in Michigan
Category:Louis Kamper buildings