Detroit Life Building, Detroit Life Insurance Building
Structure in General
- The building is named after the now defunct Detroit Life Insurance Company, who originally occupied the top four floors of the building.
- The building was added to the Park Avenue Historic District in May of 1997.
- The building was shuttered in 1977. Tentative plans released in Janurary 2006 call for the renovation of this building for office usage, again.
- Preliminary renovation work for the 2007 renovation of the building began in early November 2006, and included the removal of the building's asbestos.
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2200-2226 Park Avenue
2210 Park Avenue
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