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Mott Foundation Building

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Identification

Mott Foundation Building
Union Industrial Bank Building
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Building
126054

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
rigid frame
steel
aluminum
limestone
curtain wall
light gray dark gray
art deco

Usages

commercial office institutional office

Facts

  • This building was completed as the Union Industrial Bank Building in 1930 by the Realty Construction Company and included space for seven retail tenants on the ground floor.
  • Construction costs were approximately $2 million.
  • It was the tallest building in the city from 1930-1968 when Genesee Towers was built. It regained title to the tallest building in the city when that tower was demolished in 2013.
  • After the Union Industrial Bank went under in 1944, the Mott Foundation took control of the building, which bears its name to this day.
  • The Mott Foundation was named for auto magnate Charles Stewart Mott.
  • During construction, a 17th floor housing a private club was designed, but was cancelled after the stock market crashed in 1929.

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Location

503 South Saginaw Street
48502
Flint
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

240.00 ft
226.05 ft
225.00 ft
187.50 ft
16
1929
12/15/1930
6

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