Comerica Tower at Detroit Center
Completed in 1991, Comerica Tower at Detroit Center is a 1 million-square-foot, neo-Gothic tower that rises to a dramatic gabled rooftop. At 45 stories high, it is Michigan's tallest office building. Architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee designed Comerica Tower to be visually appealing, yet functionally efficient. In 1996, the building received the prestigious Award for Excellence for its overall performance from the Urban Land Institute.
500 Woodward Avenue, Suite 2850
The downtown block bounded by Woodward Avenue and Randolph, Larned and Congress streets
Philip Johnson/John Burgee Architects
Net Rentable Area
16,000 sq. ft.
(1,486 sq. m.)
1,000,000 sq. ft.
(92,900 sq. m.)
Ernst & Young
Foley & Lardner
Kerr, Russell & Weber PLC
BOMA Award 2000
Engineering Society of Detroit 1992
ULI Award 1996
ENERGY STAR 1999, 2004-2006