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        Park Avenue Hotel

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        Identification

        Park Avenue Hotel
        Harbor Light Center
        Salvation Army Harbor Light Center
        Eventide Residence
        147469

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        Structure in General

        high-rise building
        demolished [destroyed]
        rigid frame
        steel
        brick
        applied masonry
        light gray light brown
        beaux-arts / historism

        Usages

        hotel
        mercantile senior living

        Facts

        • Originally constructed as the Park Avenue Hotel, one of three residential hotels designed and developed by Louis Kamper and Lew W. Tuller, respectively; it included 255 units.
        • Originally constructed as the 252-room Park Avenue Hotel, this residential hotel included a rooftop garden for residents and their guests, plus ten retail space on the ground floor, among other amenities.
        • It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, but it was imploded on July 11, 2015 to make way for the loading dock for the Little Caesars Arena.

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        Location

        2631-2651 Park Avenue
        111-113 Sproat Street
        2643 Park Avenue
        48201
        University
        Detroit
        Michigan
        U.S.A.

        Technical Data

        179.62 ft
        144.00 ft
        14
        1
        1924
        Sep 1925
        7/11/2015
        $2,000,000

        Involved Companies

        Louis Kamper

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        Features & Amenities

        • National landmark
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