- Size: 500,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Office, retail
- Main tenants: Chase, Rocket Mortgage
Across from Campus Martius Park, the Chase Tower was designed by architecture firm Albert Kahn Associates and built in 1958. The block-long, 14-story building originated as the headquarters for the National Bank of Detroit, purchased by JP Morgan Chase & Co. in 2004. The structure is nicknamed the “Cheese Grater” for its Modern-style facade of alternating aluminum-framed windows and white-marble panels. In 2011, the office property was bought by Bedrock and renovated to add ground-floor retail space. The high-rise landmark includes a glass-enclosed lobby leading out to a street-level terrace.
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