Stand in the parking lot of that ancient Model T factory at 411 Piquette and you will notice two massive buildings a few blocks away over on Grand Boulevard.
The closer of the two is Cadillac Place, now a state office building. It once held a huge lighted sign on top that read, "General Motors." This was GM's headquarters from 1923 until 2001.
We stopped in and took a few pictures. The ceilings are amazing works of art. I was expecting a great deal more retail and restaurant activity around the lobby but found almost none. The elevators have a very impressive appearance.
This is one of the many Albert Kahn designed buildings in the Detroit Area.
I noticed this sign on the way out. It seems like way too small an office for the size of the current problem.