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Genesee Towers

Identification

Genesee Towers
Genesee Merchants Bank Building, National Bank of Detroit Building
126053

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
concrete
concrete
glass
curtain wall
modernism

Usages

commercial office parking

Facts

  • Genesee Towers was characterized by strong vertical lines. This effect was created by light-colored piers alternating with bands of darkly-tinted window- and spandrel-glass.
  • This was the tallest building in Flint from its completion to its demolition.
  • The building consisted of a 10-floor office section that overhanged a lobby level atop an 8-floor parking garage.
  • The builing was largely vacated in 1997, when the National Bank of Detroit moved out, and was bought by Kumar Vemulapalli in that year. A dilapidated pipe in the building flooded the structure in 2001, and the building was totally vacated in 2002.
  • In 2004, the city condemned the structure, altogether, and by November of 2007 the streets surrounding the tower were closed due to the risk of concrete falling from the dilapidated tower.
  • On December 22, 2013, the building was imploded.

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Location

120 East 1st Street
120 East 1st Street
48502
Flint
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

318.00 ft
250.00 ft
250.00 ft
150.50 ft
120.00 ft
19
1966
1968
12/22/2013

Involved Companies

demolition company, property management, real estate agent, tenant
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