151-155 WEST CONGRESS
In the heart of the financial district and Central Business District lay The Murphy Building, (Built in 1903) and the Telegraph Building, (Built in 1913). The Murphy Building, originally named after Simon Murphy, a famed turn of the century industrialist built the Murphy Building to house manufacturing enterprises such as then hand-made automotive parts, shoe wear for factory workers and cigar rolling facilities. In 1913, the neighboring Telegraph Building was built to provide a home for what was then the modern communications company Western Union. The two buildings were later merged to become what is now known as a Detroit landmark called the Murphy Telegraph Building. It is 6 stories with approximately 130,000 square feet. It now feature office space as well as the renowned LONDON CHOP HOUSE, LCH Cigar Lounge, 500 capacity event space (FLAT 151) and a Pilates Studio.
International Center Building
400 Monroe Street
Located in downtown Detroit’s “Greektown” District, at the corner of Brush and Monroe, the International Center building is a renovated 1880’s industrial warehouse converted into office, retail and Greektown Fishbones. Housing many Wayne County Departments, it is conveniently located to City County Building, Courts, and other popular Detroit’ entertainment landmarks.
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