Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Structure in General
- Has a spacious atrium lobby with artificial ponds, rounded concrete balconies, and terraces.
- The height figures are measured from the back entrance on the riverside.
- Tallest building in the state of Michigan.
- The tower's shape is a large cylinder with a smaller cylinder for elevators running up the side.
- The design is very similar to the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, with a large glass cylinder attached to a much narrower one.
- This is the tallest all-hotel building in the Western Hemisphere.
- This circular tower has a diameter of 188 feet (57.3 meters).
- The Marriott Renaissance Center has no labled 7th, 8th or 13th floor.
- In December of 2001, the General Motors Wintergarden retail atrium was unvield. Designed by SmithGroup, a nationally renowned architect, it rises 103' (31.39m) tall at its highest point offering direct access to the Detroit River.
- This building is 738'-5" tall from lowest basement service level to the structural top of this building, which is the exterior elevator tower. And, it's 747'-0" from the basement driveway level.
- Located in the center of the Renaissance Center complex, surrounded by four identical office towers.
- The floors numbered 71 and 72 are home to Coach Insigna, an upscale restaurant.
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Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings