Comerica Park- Home of the Detroit Tigers
A ferris wheel. A mammoth water feature in center field that can be choreographed to any music. A decade-by-decade pedestrian museum enveloping the main concourse. But wait, there is also a field with a game being played as well. These are but a few examples of what Comerica Park introduced to fans visiting downtown Detroit in the summer of 2000.
Click here for Detroit Tigers web site.
Home of the Detroit Lions, is located in the heart of downtown Detroit. Ford Field is an industry-leading sports and entertainment development that hosts sporting events, concerts, banquets, corporate meetings, special events and much more!
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The Fox Theatre
Detroit's crown jewel, the fabulous Fox Theatre, began as one of the most spectacular movie palaces in the world in 1928 and to this day stands as one of the most glorious theaters in the world. The Fox Theatre in Detroit will reach a milestone this year that few theaters ever see when the Fox celebrates its 75th anniversary on September 21, 2003.
Click here to see Fox Theatre's web site.
The Opera House
Just a short walk from the Kales Building you will find yourself on the threshold of history - The Detroit Opera House. This restored 1922 theatre boasts captivating acoustics and a sophisticated charm that fills the neighborhood with the sense of dignity and style. For eight decades this grand old theater has enriched the lives of people in Detroit and surrounding communities.
See the Detroit Opera House web site.
Minutes from three major casinos, the Kales Building is the ultimate in downtown living. Enjoy the glitz and glamour of Detroit's Greektown Casino, MGM Grand, or Motorcity Casino.
MGM Grand Casino