Cadillac Square Building

The Cadillac Square Building (also known as the Real Estate Exchange Building) was a building located at 17 Cadillac Square in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1918, and opened in 1919.[1] It stood at 20 floors, with two basement floors, for a total of 22 stories. The high-rise was designed by architect Louis Kamper in the Neo-Gothic architectural style and shared similar characteristics and proportioning to the neighboring Cadillac Tower. The high-rise was built on the former site of a Salvation Army Hall, and was demolished between 1976 and early 1977.[1][2] A parking lot took its place.

Cadillac Square Building in 1918


  1. ^ a b Austin, Dan. "Cadillac Square Building". Historic Detroit. Retrieved August 1, 2014.
  2. ^ "Hudson's owes Detroit an investment". Detroit Free Press. February 4, 1977.

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Coordinates: 42°19′56″N 83°02′44″W / 42.33212°N 83.04569°W / 42.33212; -83.04569