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About Lansing

116,020 in city
523,609 in metro
91 km² (35 mi²)
262.13 m
Founded by a whim of the state in 1847, Lansing, Michigan is the capital city of the state of Michigan. The city was actually settled in 1837 by pioneering New Yorkers, but the town remained nothing but an outpost until it was chosen as the capital of the State of Michigan 10 years later. It is an industrial city situated along the banks of the Grand and Red Cedar rivers. Lansing is a large car-making city and was the home of Ransom E. Olds, founder of Oldsmobile until it was phased out in 2004. Lansing was the birthplace of the first mass production of the American automobile. Olds later moved his work to Detroit where Ford revolutionized the automobile.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
149 All Buildings

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Boji Tower 297 ft 1931
2 Michigan State Capitol 267 ft 1878
3 Grand Tower 212 ft 1991
4 Anderson House Office Building 196 ft 1999
5 Dennis A. Swan Family Tower 188 ft 2008