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David Stott Building - Photos

The David Stott, left, and Penobscot buildings at night

Looking up the David Stott Building from Griswold Street

The Stott looms behind an angel from St. Alyosius Catholic Church.

The David Stott Building

The Stott towers over construction on Dan Gilbert's Z-shaped parking/retail development downtown in March 2013.

The David Stott and Penobscot Buildings, as seen from Broderick Tower

The David Stott Building and the east side of downtown, from the roof of the Penobscot Building

The main entrance on Griswold

The lobby of the David Stott Building

An office in the David Stott Building

Office space in the David Stott

Office space in the David Stott

One of the original drinking fountains and the marble wainscotting lining the hallways

The David Stott Building is mostly quiet these days.

An unused office in the Stott

One of the original hallways in the Stott

One of the unused offices, awaiting tenants

A room with a view - but without a tenant

Interior floor waiting redevelopment

Exterior detail of the David Stott Building

Exterior detail of the David Stott Building

The David Stott Building monogram on the elevator doors

The original elevator call buttons

The elevators and lobby of the David Stott Building

The original lobby ceiling of the David Stott Building

The building's name above a doorway

The main entrance on Griswold

The lobby of the David Stott Building