Completed in 1926 by the legendary Louis Kamper, this Italian Renaissance building towers at 475 feet—one of Detroit's tallest and oldest skyscrapers. Currently under restoration, this 38-story landmark will offer a boutique hotel, office space, ground-floor retail and private living. It is a well-recognized fixture in the skyline, with its ornate copper roof visible for miles, notable Corinthian columns and carved caryatids along the Washington Boulevard façade. Created with a unique dual-atrium design, the stately building allows for ample natural light. Book Tower is in close proximity to Campus Martius Park, Capitol Park and Grand Circus Park, making it a prime location for taking in the sights and sounds of the city.