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Located in Greektown, the International Banquet & Conference Center features as many as twelve meeting rooms and banquet rooms with the capacity to house ten to 600 guests. The rooms can be used for functions like weddings, birthdays, or even business meetings. The Grand Ballroom is also situated in the center. The building consists of wood and marble pillars, 22-foot (6.71 meters) ceilings with dome skylights, and a circular balcony. The prized location of this conference center affords a panoramic view of the city.
A glass atrium of 5 stories, the GM Wintergarden houses many shops and restaurants. Many events are held at the beautiful riverfront entrance of the Renaissance Center, the most popular having been performances like 'Jazz by the Garden' and other shows like 'Hob Nob & Gobble' and 'Pitch Detroit.' Guests of GM Wintergarden are provides with facilities like WiFi and valet parking.
One of the major historical buildings that dotted the city's skyline since 1917, Book Tower with its neo classical and renaissance architectural styles is a tall beauty to behold. Soaring at 38 floors, it was at one point the tallest in town. Featuring two wings which were built in different years, this commercial structure is noted for its caryatid sculpture on its facade. Its ornate tower with intrinsic artworks and columns are what makes it stand out. It remained unoccupied since 2009. Currently undergoing restorative work, this beautiful skyscraper is a must for those interested in architecture.
Located in the area of Greektown, Michigan's oldest African American church dates back to 1836. For its first 29 years, it was a key station on the Underground Railroad, sheltering some 5000 slaves in its basement during that time, as they moved towards freedom in Canada. Besides being a leading force in the abolitionist movement, the Second Baptist Church of Detroit was an early advocate of suffrage for African Americans and helped dozens of other local African American churches get organized. Now it is an important historical landmark, as well as a vibrant community center.
Built around the mission "to put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all", the Boll Family YMCA in downtown Detroit serves as a platform for like-minded people to come together. Focused on the importance of a healthy living, the club offers its members gym facilities, swimming pool benefits, group exercises like zumba, kickboxing etc. Apart from this, the organization is also involved in many volunteer programs and charities.
Housed inside the Boll Family YMCA, Marlene Boll Theatre is a small entertainment space. This venue is known for hosting a plethora of art performances and has been a popular venue for entertainment amongst the locals. Be it drama, classics, comic, dance, musicals or some other genre that you like, this venue has something for every taste. Besides art performances, this venue has been used for social events, film screenings, award ceremonies and more.