So my next building is the Fisher Building. It is probably one of the more distinct buldings in Detroit and since it is set away from the main downtown area, it stands out. With the GM Building and a few other buildings it is considered as New Center part of Detroit. So called because it was going to be a hub connecting the downtown area of Detroit to the auto factories in the outlying parts of Detroit. Some people consider it to be the original edge city (a sub-center remote from but related to the main core).
I'm glad that Detroit has quite a few buildings that are well maintained like this one but in a way it is sad because they contrast to the buildings that are not so well maintained. But of course, people wouldn't believe this building is in Detroit because their impression is that every building is decayed and the streets are full of potholes. Oh well.