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The Elwood Bar is a commercial establishment located in Detroit Michigan. Its name is from its location, being on the corner of Elizabeth and Woodward Streets. It was constructed in 1936 and was moved to its present location in 1997 after being threatened of getting demolished by the construction of the Comerica Park stadium.

The Elwood Bar is mostly significant for its architecture. Designed by Charles Noble, the one-story corner building is a great example of the Detroit version of Art Moderne style. This helped the site become a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

Now operating as the Elwood Bar and Grill, the place?s main market is the visitors of the Ford Field and Comerica Park.
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