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The Cadillac Place is the former headquarters of the General Motors. It was constructed in 1919, and served as the company?s office building from 1923 until 2001 when they moved to the Renaissance Center by the Detroit River.

The Cadillac Place is another Class-A office complex in Detroit, Michigan. It is made in stunning neo-classical architecture using limestone, steel, marble, and granite. This 15-story building is filled with beautiful elements, making its design a factor for its National Historic Landmark declaration in 1978.

Today, the Cadillac Place is used by the state of Michigan for its agencies? offices. It is offered the option by the original owners to purchase the structure for $1 after its 20-year lease that started in 1998.
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