The Elizabeth Theater has an amazing audio system and televisions / video projection equipment. The Elizabeth Theater also has an extensive draft beer list and a fully stocked bar, with bar service available for events. For information on bookings, promotions or with any other event planning inquiries, please contact Ellen Belanger at [email protected] or call 313-454-1286.
The Michigan Building is an office building and the former Michigan Theater in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1925 and stands at 13 floors in height. Today it contains a bar, restaurant, retail space, office space, a parking garage, and the shared coworking space Cowork at The Michigan.The high-rise was constructed in the Renaissance Revival. The exterior of the building is faced with brick with terra cotta and granite accents. The ground level contains retail space with large windows still framed by the original decorative metal work.HistoryIt opened August 23, 1926 and was designed by the architectural firm of Rapp & Rapp for Detroit philanthropist and movie theater owner John H. Kunsky. The theater's construction cost $5 million (equivalent to $62 million in 2008). With a seating capacity of 4050, the concert hall/movie house was one of the largest in Michigan. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the theater changed ownership several times. It was subsequently used for various events: in the 1960s a closed-circuit television provided views of Red Wings ice hockey games for those who could not attend the actual event in nearby Olympia Stadium, and in the 1970s the theater was a nightclub and concert venue for rock bands.
Charming Historical 13 story commercial building now under new management and ownership.
Openings for leasing 200-13,000 sf .
4 elevators, conference room, 24 access, security and garage parking in the heart of downtown close to transit center and people mover.
The Marlene Boll TheatreDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 1401 Broadway Detroit, MI 48226 Detroit, MI 48226