- Size: 26,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Office, retail
- Main tenants: Bedrock
A block from Campus Martius Park, the low-rise at 630 Woodward Ave. was designed by architect Richard Raseman and built in 1880 as the Mabley & Co. department store. In 1898, the four-story, brick building was repurposed into the Metropole Hotel. The top three floors were vacant by 1970 (leaving just a first-floor restaurant), and the structure was purchased by Bedrock in 2013. In 2017, architecture firm Neumann/Smith transformed the property into the Bedrock Headquarters – including an accentuated atrium and a secret speakeasy – and street-level retail space. The offices’ design details celebrate Detroit’s history, from color schemes reflecting the lumber industry’s “green gold” to stairway rails resembling the Ford Model T’s windshield.
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