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Eddystone and Park Avenue Hotels

Detroit, Michigan

The adjacent Hotel Eddystone and Park Avenue Hotel are both on the National Register of Historic Places, and both were designed by famous Detroit architect Louis Kamper. They are both abandoned with no plausible future reuse in site. The buildings sit in the middle of a series of deserted city blocks that are only used for occasional parking for events at nearby Comerica Park.

Hotel Eddystone and Park Avenue Hotel
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The abandoned corner of Spoat and Park, Detroit, MI.

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Vacant lots surround the abandoned towers.

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The street scene around the buildings.

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"Move in now," there was no answer.

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Vacant lots surround the abandoned towers.

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The fortressed off facade of one of the towers.

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