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Fisher Building - Photos

For many Detroiters, the Fisher building remains the most stunning and most beautiful building in the city.

The Fisher Building as seen form the Albert Kahn Building entrance

The Fisher Building's elaborate frescoes were designed by Geza Maroti but carried out by artists Antonio and Tomas de Lorenzo

A different angle at which to look at the stunning arches

The Fisher Theater

These massive, Art Deco light fixtures look identical, but they actually vary from one another in subtle ways

The Fisher Building during full moon eclipse in Nov. 2022

Elevator doors on second floor

A telephoto lens view at the iconic Fisher building

Even the elevator doors are bronze works of art

Fisher Building with a view at the Detroit skyline

Several colorful and detailed mosaics adorn the walls and intricate bronze medallions cover the floors. 40 different varieties of marble were sourced from all over the world.

The building was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989.

Curves at the Fisher Building

Chandelier detail

The Fisher Building South facade as seen from 2nd Avenue

The Fisher Building roof from a distance

There is an endless variety of angles at which the iconic Fisher building can be photographed - as shown in this early morning picture.

One of the second floor hallways

Beautiful Fisher arcade

Vera Jane shopping window display back in 2015. The shop permanently closed a while ago.

The Fisher Building as seen from the Fisher 21 rooftop

View from the 3rd floor

How many arches can one fit into a photo

The Fisher Building is one of Detroit's National Historic Landmarks.

View at the tower from the Fisher Building garage

The Fisher Building towers over everything around it.

The lobby leading to the Fisher Theatre

The grand entrance on Grand Boulevard

Performance in the lobby leading to the Fisher Theater.

One of the ornate doorknobs in the Fisher Building

Looking down at the arcade's beautiful marble floor from the mezzanine.

Looking east down Grand Boulevard, toward the western elevation

The West Grand Boulevard entrance

Eagles are all over the Fisher, symbolizing different aspects of America.

One of the soaring entrances of the Fisher Building

The Fisher Building is one of three National Historic Landmarks in Detroit.

The Fisher Building is decked out in bronze, both inside and out.

The Fisher, from Lothrop Street

Workers from EverGreene Architectural Arts restore the Fisher Building's Arcade in 2017.

The stairs from the Arcade down to the concourse level

The Fisher building from a distance - abstract

Holiday Season at the Fisher Building

The Fisher Building

Detail of the ornate bronzework above the main entrance on West Grand Boulevard