|DTE Energy Headquarters|
|Location||One Energy Plaza, Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Antenna spire||121.6 m (399 ft)|
|Roof||114.3 m (375 ft)|
|Floor area||190,500 m2 (2,050,525 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Emery Roth & Sons|
DTE Energy Headquarters is a class-A office complex at I-75 and Grand River on the westside of downtown Detroit, Michigan. It consists of three buildings: Detroit Edison Plaza, DTE Energy Building, and the Detroit Edison Company Service Building.
The Edsion Plaza Building is the large, dark brown skyscraper in the complex. It is also referred to as "the Walker Cisler Building." The lighted signs at the top of the building display "DTE Energy". It was constructed in 1971, and contains 25 floors, reaching a height of 114 m (374 ft 0 in). It is built in the International style of architecture. It is composed of steel, with many glass windows. It bears an architectural resemblance to the nearby Executive Plaza Building. In 2007, DTE announced a transformation of the area around its downtown headquarters into landscaped areas with a reflecting pool and walkway adjacent to the MGM Grand Detroit.
The General Office Building is located at 2000 Second Ave. between Elizabeth St. and Beech St. It was constructed in 1921 and stands at nine stories in height. The building is used primarily for offices, and was designed in the renaissance revival architectural style. It is part of the DTE Energy Headquarters complex of buildings.
The Service Building is a lowrise building that stands at 6 floors in height, and was completed in 1938. It stands on Third Ave. between Elizabeth St. and Beech St. A "Town Square" hall exists on the second floor of the eastern section of the Service Building and is used for company meetings, etc.
All three buildings are connected by a covered walkway (bridge) at the second floor level. The Service Building is also connected to the MGM Grand Casino Parking structure at the second floor level via a covered walkway. DTE shares use of the parking structure along with casino guests.
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