- Size: 60,000 sq. ft.
- Usage: Office, retail
- Main tenants: LinkedIn
A block from Grand Circus Park, the mid-rise at 1529 Woodward Ave. was designed by architecture firm Albert Kahn Associates and constructed in 1912 as the Fisher Arcade. The eight-story structure became the Sanders Building in 1948, when the confectioner engraved its name on the white-terracotta facade and opened its candy shop and ice-cream parlor on the first two floors. The property was purchased in 2016 by Bedrock and renovated in 2019 by architecture firm Neumann/Smith, resulting in offices and street-level retail space.
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