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University of Detroit High School

Identification

University of Detroit High School
University of Detroit Jesuit High School & Academy
257718

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
sandstone
applied masonry
spanish colonial revival

Usages

school

Facts

  • This school building is the best example of Spanish Colonial Revival in Metropolitan Detroit. It also includes an embellished Baroque-styled entrance.
  • The school was originally founded in downtown Detroit by the Jesuit Order, and was named Detroit College. As land downtown became scarce, the University of Detroit picked the current site for the new school in 1931 in the northwestern corner of the city.

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Location

8400 South Cambridge Avenue
8400 South Cambridge Avenue
48821
Pembroke
Detroit
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

83.00 ft
83.00 ft
70.00 ft
4
1931

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