|Location||76 West Adams|
|Roof||258 ft (79 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Part of||Grand Circus Park Historic District (ID83000894)|
|Designated CP||February 28, 1983|
The Kales Building is a high-rise apartment building in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located 76 West Adams at the northeast corner of Adams Avenue West and Park Avenue, across from Grand Circus Park, in the Foxtown neighborhood, just north of Downtown. The building was designed by Albert Kahn and constructed in 1914, and stands at 18 floors, with one basement floor, for a total of 19 floors in height. It was originally named the Kresge Building and it was given its current name in 1930. Kahn went beyond the typical Chicago School and styled the Kales Building with a clean-lined detail façade with Neo-classical and Renaissance revival elements such as the hipped roof and arched upper windows.
Where can I visit?
Baseball park in Detroit, MI, USA
Fox Theatre (Detroit)
Theater and former movie theater in Detroit, Michigan, US
Detroit Opera House
Grand Circus Park Historic District
United States historic place
David Whitney Building
David Broderick Tower
Grand Park Centre
Building in Detroit
Real-time, up-to-date listings for the best in music, sports, theatre and family events.