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Hotel Eddystone
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The Eddystone is one of three hotels on Park Avenue in detroit designed by Louis Kamper the other two are the Park Avenue House and the Hotel Park Avenue (across the street from the Eddystone). All three are on the National Register of Historic Places. The Park Avenue Hotel was imploded in 2015.

in 1928 all three Park Avenue hotels went vacant because the owner had overextended himself financially in building his empire of hotels. Then David P. Katz purchased the building, and owned it until 1966. But the surrounding area became more impoverished, and as the neighborhood's fortunes declined so did the Eddystone's. It continued to function as a hotel until the late 1990s, when it was abandoned.

The main facade on the front side of the building is seven bays wide, with the five center bays containing paired windows on each floor and the end bays containing a single window in the third to thirteenth stories. On the lower floors, the center bays contain large arches, the center one of which contains the entrance. Through the main entrance is a small door that leads to the main lobby in the center of the building. Elevators and stairwells lead to the upper floors witch still have the original room layout.

Sorce: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddystone_Building

This is a non-abandoned lego recreation of the building.
The interiors are not accurate (the building did very much not have a pool!). The building
Is modular compatible as two corner buildings. You may notice that the top floor is empty
That is so you can ad whatever you want to it!

If the model is to big for your computer to handle i have uploaded the individual floors.
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Celego
7 months ago
What?
But is enormus! ...
singer_building
7 months ago
@Celgo, yeah, took me almost a year. Ive actually made three of these, this is my smallest.
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