List of tallest buildings in Detroit

This list of tallest buildings in Detroit ranks skyscrapers and high rises in the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan by height. The tallest skyscraper in Detroit is the 73-story Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, which rises 727 feet (222 m) along Detroit's International Riverfront.[A][1] It is the tallest building in the state of Michigan, the 97th-tallest building in the United States, and the second tallest hotel building in the Western Hemisphere.[1] Another famous skyscraper is One Detroit Center, which stands as the 2nd-tallest building in the city and the state.[2]

Detroit's history of skyscrapers began in 1889, with completion of the historic 10-story Hammond Building—considered the city's first steel-framed skyscraper.[3] The Qube in the Detroit Financial District now stands on this site.[4] Detroit witnessed a massive building boom during the Roaring Twenties, resulting in the construction of many of the city's ornate skyscrapers, including the Penobscot, Guardian, Fisher, Buhl, Stott, and Broderick. One Woodward Avenue, which rises 430 feet (131 m), was the tallest building constructed in the city during the 1960s. Detroit is the site of eight skyscrapers at least 492 feet (150 m) in height and twenty-seven at least 327 feet (100 m) in height.[5] Overall, the skyline of Detroit is ranked (based upon existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m)) third in the Midwestern United States (after Chicago and Minneapolis) and fourteenth in the United States, after New York City, Chicago, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, San Francisco, Boston, Las Vegas, Seattle, Philadelphia, and Minneapolis.[B]

The most recently constructed skyscrapers in the city are One Detroit Center, completed in 1993, and the Greektown Casino Hotel, completed in 2009. The latter rises 348 feet (106 m) and contains 30 floors.[6] The city has received many significant restoration projects, which include the 29 story Westin Book Cadillac Hotel; originally built in 1924 and restored in 2008, it rises 349 feet (106 m).[7] Detroit also has numerous prominent skyscrapers that were never built.

Tallest buildings

This list ranks Detroit skyscrapers that stand at least 300 feet (91 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
01.01Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center727 / 22273[A]1977Tallest building in the city and the state since 1977, 101st-tallest building in the United States. Tallest hotel in the world upon completion; now stands as the second tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere. Major renovation completed in 2004.[1][8] The entire complex is owned by General Motors.
02.02Ally Detroit Center619 / 189431993Tallest building completed in Detroit in the 1990s.[2][9] Former headquarters of Comerica Bank, current headquarters of Ally Financial
03.03Penobscot Building565 / 172471928When completed in 1928, the Penobscot was the world's eighth tallest building. It was the city's tallest from 1928 to 1977.[10][11] The Penobscot stands at the center of the Detroit Financial District.
04.04=RenCen Tower 100522 / 159391977[12][13]
04.04=RenCen Tower 200522 / 159391977[14][15]
04.04=RenCen Tower 300522 / 159391977[16][17]
04.04=RenCen Tower 400522 / 159391977[18][19]
08.08Guardian Building495 / 151401929[20][21]
09.09Book Tower475 / 145381926In January 2010, developer Key Investment Group reported that it plans a major renovation of the Book Tower.[22][23][24][25]
10.010150 West Jefferson456 / 139261989Tallest building completed in Detroit in the 1980s. Previously known as the Madden Building.[26][27]
11.011Fisher Building444 / 135301928[28][29]
12.012Cadillac Tower438 / 133401927[30][31]
13.013David Stott Building437 / 133371929[32][33]
14.014One Woodward Avenue430 / 131281963Tallest building completed in the city in the 1960s.[34][35]
15.015Patrick V. McNamara Federal Building393 / 120271976[36][37]
16.016DTE Energy Headquarters375 / 114251971[38][39]
17.017David Broderick Tower369 / 113351928Fully renovated in 2012 as a mixed- use residential building. The project created residential units on floors 5-34, with the lower 4 floors dedicated to retail, entertainment, and office space. Originally known as the Eaton Tower.[40][41]
18.018211 West Fort Street368 / 112271963[42][43]
19.019Buhl Building366 / 112291925[44][45]
20.020Westin Book Cadillac Hotel349 / 106291924Tallest hotel in the world upon completion in 1924 and restored in 2008.[7][46]
2121Greektown Casino Hotel348 / 106302009Tallest building completed in Detroit in the 2000s.[6][47]
22.022First National Building341 / 104261930Tallest building completed in Detroit in the 1930s.[48][49]
23.023=RenCen Tower 500339 / 103211981[50][51]
24.023=RenCen Tower 600339 / 103211981[52][53]
25.0251001 Woodward338 / 103231965[54][55]
26.026Renaissance City Apartments332 / 101331985[56][57]
27.027AT&T Building Addition327 / 100171974[58][59]
28.028Chrysler House324 / 99231912[60][61]
29.029Jeffersonian Apartments322 / 98301965[62][63]
30.030AT&T Building319 / 97191927[64][65]
31.031=Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Building318 / 97221971[66][67]
32.031=Coleman A. Young Municipal Center318 / 97201954Tallest building completed in the city in the 1950s.[68][69]
33.033Penobscot Building Annex310 / 95231913[70][71]
34.034=1300 Lafayette East Cooperative305 / 93291961[72][73]
35.034=Riverfront Tower 300305 / 93291983[74][75]
36.034=Riverfront Tower 200305 / 93291983[76][77]

Tallest buildings by pinnacle height

This list ranks Detroit skyscrapers based on their pinnacle height, which includes radio masts and antennas. As architectural features and spires can be regarded as subjective, some skyscraper enthusiasts prefer this method of measurement. Standard architectural height measurement, which excludes antennas in building height, is included for comparative purposes.

Rank Name Pinnacle height
feet / m
Standard height
feet / m
Reference
1Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center755 / 230727 / 222[8]
2Penobscot Building664 / 202565 / 172[11]
3Guardian Building632 / 193495 / 151[21]
4One Detroit Center619 / 189619 / 189[9]
5Cadillac Tower578 / 176438 / 133[31]
6=Renaissance Center Tower 100522 / 159522 / 159[13]
6=Renaissance Center Tower 200522 / 159522 / 159[15]
6=Renaissance Center Tower 300522 / 159522 / 159[17]
6=Renaissance Center Tower 400522 / 159522 / 159[19]
10Fisher Building489 / 135444 / 135[29]

Tallest proposed or under construction

Tallest Under Construction

Rank Name Image Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
1 Hudson's Site Development 912 / 278 62 2022 Will be Detroit's tallest building when completed.[78] Groundbreaking occurred on December 14, 2017.[79][80]
2 Monroe Blocks - Office Tower 536 / 163 35 2022 Groundbreaking occurred on December 13, 2018.[81]
3 Monroe Blocks - Residential Tower 335 / 102 20 2022 Groundbreaking occurred on December 13, 2018.[81]

Tallest Proposed

Rank Name Image Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
1 TCF Tower 311 / 95 20 2022 Will be headquarters of TCF Bank.

Timeline of tallest buildings

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Detroit. For most of Detroit's earlier years, the tallest buildings in the city were churches and government buildings with their steeples. The first skyscraper in the city is usually considered the Hammond Building, completed in 1889.[3] However, since the 10-story building did not surpass the steeple of the Fort Street Presbyterian Church, it never became a city record holder. The first skyscraper to have the distinction of being Detroit's tallest building was the Ford Building, completed in 1909.[82]

Name Street address Years as tallest Height
feet / m
Floors Reference
First Michigan State Capitol[C]Capitol Park18281866140 / 432[83]
Most Holy Trinity Church1050 Porter Street18661871170 / 521[84]
Former Detroit City Hall[D][E]Campus Martius Park18711877200 / 614[85]
St. Joseph Church[E]1828 Jay Street18731877200 / 611[86]
Fort Street Presbyterian Church631 West Fort Street18771909265 / 811[87]
Ford Building615 Griswold Street19091913275 / 8419[82]
Penobscot Building Annex144 West Congress Street1913310 / 9523[71]
Chrysler House719 Griswold Street19131924324 / 9923[61]
Book Cadillac Hotel[F]220 Michigan Avenue19241925349 / 10629[7]
Buhl Building535 Griswold Street19251926366 / 11229[45]
Book Tower1265 Washington Boulevard19261928475 / 14538[25]
Penobscot Building633 Griswold Street19281977565 / 17247[11]
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center1 Renaissance Center Drive1977present727 / 22273[A][8]

Tallest buildings in Detroit's suburban cities

This list ranks buildings in Detroit's suburban municipalities that stand at least 200 feet (61 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. Existing structures are included for ranking purposes based on present height.

Rank Name Image Location Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
1 3000 Town Center Southfield 402 / 122 32 1975 The 15th tallest skyscraper in Metro Detroit.[88]
2 1000 Town Center Southfield 395 / 120 28 1989 [88]
3 2000 Town Center Southfield 370 / 113 28 1986 [88]
4 Top of Troy Building Troy 346 / 106 25 1974
5 American Center Southfield 331 / 101 26 1975 [88]
6 5000 Town Center Southfield 328 / 100 33 1983 A residential skyscraper[88]
7 4000 Town Center Southfield 270 / 82 20 1979 [88]
8 Tower Plaza Ann Arbor 267 / 82 26 1969 A residential high-rise, Tower Plaza is Ann Arbor's tallest building.[89]
9 Shore Club Skytower St. Clair Shores 260 / 79 26 1965 [90]
10 Travelers Tower I Southfield 256 / 78 18 1971 [88]
11 One Towne Square Southfield 253 / 77 21 1992 [88]
12 Chrysler Headquarters Auburn Hills 249 / 76 15 1996
13 St. Florian Catholic Church Hamtramck 247 / 75 1 1928
14 Mott Foundation Building Flint 226 / 69 19 1930 [91] Tallest building in Flint.
15 Macomb County Building Mount Clemens 219 / 67 13 1944 Tallest building in Macomb County.
16= Park Lane Towers West Dearborn 213 / 65 15 1973 [92]
16= Park Lane Towers East Dearborn 213 / 65 15 1971 [92]
16= Adoba Hotel Dearborn 213 / 65 14 1976 [92]
19 Burton Memorial Tower Ann Arbor 212 / 65 10 1936 [89]
20= SBC Publishing Building Troy 207 / 63 16 1983 [93]
20= 100 North Center Troy 207 / 63 15 1983 [93]
22 University Towers Ann Arbor 205 / 62 19 1960 [89]
23 Southfield Centre Southfield 201 / 61 14 1976 [88]
24 Southgate Tower Southgate 200 / 61 13 1973 Tallest building in Downriver and the tallest building between Detroit and Toledo, Ohio.

Notes

A. ^ a b c General Motors, the owner of the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, maintains that the building has 73 floors.[94] Hines Interests, the property management firm for the building, gives a floor count of 74,[95] while architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill gives a floor count of 75.[96] Emporis and other building database sites usually give the floor count as 70,[1][97] while other sources state 73 stories.[98] This table uses the floor count of 73 as stated officially by the building's owner.
B. ^ New York has 216 existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m), Chicago has 114, Miami has 32, Houston has 31, Los Angeles has 26, Dallas has 20, San Francisco has 21, Atlanta has 19, Boston has 19, Las Vegas has 16, Seattle has 15, Philadelphia has 15, Minneapolis has 11, Pittsburgh has 10, Jersey City has 9, Detroit has 8, Denver has 7. Source of Skyline ranking information: SkyscraperPage.com diagrams: New York City, Chicago, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, San Francisco, Boston, Las Vegas, Seattle, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Jersey City, Minneapolis, Detroit, Denver.
C. ^ The capitol of Michigan was relocated to Lansing in 1847, and the original capitol building was destroyed in a fire in 1893.
D. ^ This building was destroyed in 1961.
E. ^ a b St. Joseph Church, completed in 1873, tied the height of the Detroit City Hall. The city therefore had two tallest buildings for a period of 4 years, until the Fort Street Presbyterian Church was completed in 1877.
F. ^ This building was constructed as the Book-Cadillac Hotel, but is now officially known as the Westin Book-Cadillac Hotel.

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