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Hudson's Stevens Building

Identification

Hudson's Stevens Building
J.L. Hudson Company Woodward Store
287367

Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
brick
granite
terra-cotta
curtain wall
chicago school

Usages

department store

Facts

  • This fireproof, steel-framed structure was faced along its first three floors in granite, with the upper levels in brown tapestry brick trimmed with terra cotta.
  • This building sat on the site of the Benson Building, which Joseph L. Hudson bought in 1910 and razed to make way for this department store annex.
  • This structure was connected directly to the Hudson's Farmer Street Store by a 10-story skybridge that was connected to the building from the 2nd to 8th floors overhanging the alley that cut through middle of the property.

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Location

1204-1210 Woodward Avenue
17 Gratiot Avenue
1204-1210 Woodward Avenue
48226
Downtown
Detroit
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

152.00 ft
152.00 ft
10
1
1910
1911
3

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