It’s one of downtown Detroit’s last prominent vacant structures- but not for long! 
The Old Wayne County Building is available for lease, now that restoration efforts are complete.  
 
Quinn Evans Architects partnered with The Christman Company to restore the 225,000-sf building’s exterior masonry, windows, and lighting, as well as the stairs and surrounding concrete. 
 
Registered as a historic site for its exemplary blend of Beaux-Arts and Neoclassical architecture, you can find this former Wayne County courthouse at the corner of Randolph and E Congress Streets, where it occupies a full city block.  
 
In a recent article, Crain’s Detroit Business recaps the project’s key details. Read more here.

Old Wayne County Building, 2018. 600 Randolph Street, Detroit. 
Photograph by James Haefner Photography.