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Design 2017-11-17T18:08:59+00:00

Architecture

This international style, 26-story Class A office landmark was designed by renowned architects Harley, Ellington, Cowin & Stirton in 1961. Tinted windows set into precast concrete frames create a unique grid pattern along the sweeping building façade.

A dynamic two-story lobby is wrapped with glass and recessed on the north and west sides allowing for a covered arcade on two sides. Elevator banks and other interior walls are covered with black granite and floors gleam with travertine tiles. Internationally acclaimed Rosetti Architects was recently commissioned to redesign the lobby with its stunning new signature style.

Details

  • 24/7 attended building access
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows provide sweeping river and city views from every direction
  • Select floors have been prepped for open plan designs – ideal for high-tech, collaborative workspaces
  • Smaller suites are available with traditional or modern finishes
  • Energy Star building delivers exceptional operating efficiency
  • Retail conveniences include on-site dining
  • Convenient parking including nearby garages
  • 211 West Fort currently houses the offices for the Detroit Economic Club, U.S. Attorney’s Office and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Detroit Passport Agency, prominent law firms, tech startups and professional practices