A March 25th post from Dezeen looked at The Siren Hotel by ASH NYC, a Quinn Evans project just off of Grand Circus Park in downtown Detroit.

 
The transformation of this 20th century Renaissance Revival building in downtown Detroit, which once housed the famous Wurlitzer Company has been vacant for several decades. Quinn Evans Architects did a comprehensive historic restoration to house ASH NYC's interior and furniture design.  
 

"The name, The Siren, is inspired by the Greek mythological creature and acts as a metaphor – calling people back to the city of Detroit," said a statement from the hotel team. 
 
Housing 106 guest rooms, the 55,000-square-foot building also includes seven dining and drinking areas, two retail spaces, and a rooftop with impressive views. 
 
-Dezeen

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