The world's first fully immersive roastery. Roasted and brewed, just for you.
This fountain was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
An art deco style skyscraper, the Guardian Building, has a striking exterior and an opulent interior.
Check out the Vibrant Financial Center of Detroit
When in Detroit ... eat a Coney Dog.
Come see one of Detroit's most famous cultural landmarks.
Elegant, innovative and just plain beautiful, this skyscraper is a midcentury masterpiece.
Also known as The Fist, this monument is a memorial to boxer Joe Louis
Anna Thompson Dodge donated this fountain in memory of her late husband and son.
The former downtown fire station is now a design hotel. How cool is that?
Luxurious lifestyle brand Shinola sets its first steps into the hospitality business.
Element Detroit is another hotel that gave a long-vacant historic building a new life.
Vogue wrote that The Siren Hotel brings romance to Detroit. This couldn't be more true.
As a collection of 7 massive glass towers, the Renaissance Center defines the Detroit skyline.
With a location in a scenic neighborhood and fresh brews daily, this is a must for beer lovers.
Remembering Detroit as the last stop on the road to freeedom.
A ride on the Detroit People Mover is only 75 cents, great value for the money. (Photo by Vito Palmisano)
The David Whitney building opened in 1915 as an exclusive shopping center. Today it is a boutique hotel.
The Detroit Tigers, MBL team in Detroit since 1894
Come see a living relic of the early 20th century in all its splendour.
Detroit's NFL team since 1934
Step back in time and get lost among a million rare and used books.
The Detroit Pistons, here since 1957
The Detroit Red Wings, the city's team since 1926
Lafayette Park, south of Eastern Market, is an example of midcentury urban renewal.