Hilton Garden Inn

5-story building, construction completed in 1929. Architect was Hans Gehrke. The architectural style is Neoclassical with terra-cotta details. Hans Gehrke won commissions to design many of the firehouses built by the City of Detroit in the 1920s. He was commissioned to design fire stations in a number of neighboring communities as well.

Fort Industry Square

5-story building, construction completed in 1929. Architect was Hans Gehrke. The architectural style is Neoclassical with terra-cotta details. Hans Gehrke won commissions to design many of the firehouses built by the City of Detroit in the 1920s. He was commissioned to design fire stations in a number of neighboring communities as well.

MSU Cook Hall

5-story building, construction completed in 1929. Architect was Hans Gehrke. The architectural style is Neoclassical with terra-cotta details. Hans Gehrke won commissions to design many of the firehouses built by the City of Detroit in the 1920s. He was commissioned to design fire stations in a number of neighboring communities as well.

Vinton Building

Wood Window Replication Historical Background The Vinton Building was designed by Albert Kahn for Robert K. Vinton, founder of the Vinton Company, a prominent Detroit building contractor. It’s believed to be Khan’s first skyscraper, and the tallest building built in Detroit at the time. The 12-story steel-framed building is faced with light grey glazed brick…

The Berdan Building

Wood Window Replication | Cargo Door Replication | Skylight Replication | Wood Entry Replication Historical Background The Berdan Building in Toledo, Ohio, was constructed as a warehouse in 1902 for The Berdan Company, at the time, one of the largest wholesale grocery businesses between New York and Chicago. It was designed by architect George Stafford…