A panoply of Detroit skyscrapers.
Left to right:
Cadillac Tower plays host to the MGM lion
First National Building once had a cornice, but now only beige paneling
One Detroit Center is the city's tallest office building
Colorful Guardian Building peeks from behind First National
Chase Tower, conveniently labeled, is also called The Cube
Above Chase rises the cross-shaped Buhl Building
Penobscot Building with its aircraft beacon;
Bright green One Kennedy Square;
Compuware Building has open porches
Four of these buildings were designed by a single architect, Michigan's own Wirt Rowland (First National, Guardian, Buhl and Penobscot).