Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on January 23, 1965 · Page 13
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Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan · Page 13

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ARCHITECTS HONOR COLLEAGUES DETROIT FREE PRESS-Saturday, Jan. 23, '65 ft-fl 'Church Design Wins Top Award A First Honor Award in the annual design competition of the Detroit Chapter, American Institute of Architects, has been presented to Linn Smith and Associates, Inc., Birmingham architects, for the chapel of the University Presbyterian Church in Rochester. - Awards of Merit were given to Tarapata-MacMahon Associates, of Bloomfield Hills (for the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Bach-man, Jr.), to Louis G. Red- stone Architects, Inc. (for the Bloomfield Hills Branch of the Manufacturers' National Bank) and to Minoru Yama-saki Associates and Smith, Hinchman & Grylls Associates, Inc., (for the Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. building). The four winners had been selected from among 40 entries submitted by 22 firms in the Detroit area. Judging took place in Philadelphia, with J. Roy Carroll, Jr., FAIA; Vincent Kling, FAIA; and Robert Geddes, AIA, serving on the" awards jury. Branch bank in Bloomfield got an award of merit Sw5flM-... B S, MSfc1 s wwsaospisg - rt- r rrMnryww.mWMM . ; i:..- iW'ww-.Wt'Y: ; :: ...-A-$.-.-. vw-w.-- ----- --------- :''--:'--:-:-i----:-,-,-.-:-:-:-;-.-'-L-:-'.-.':;.. V .&';, ; : : :"SJ WfT1 W"v -.V". -.s8 rap-f -: . v r--f:: - Tv't-i-t;.. fX -rVfTM,r,i:1ii.v (i W;yfk H WILL BREAK GROUND r""11 11 h "" 1 v " ' 1 11 run 1 'if C I Trade Center Due For Feb. 2 Start 4 II llinil r; ir' roT'r'1' -rws'"-,uWA, . : I KT ' J . v'ii' llifl fZ- nJTi "li 5 -1 i -:- J? i f tl .JLj tt 'A iyusJ 1 ! : -3 d0 rOfOnd m hi 1 crtrrf-"nni-r-'--'-Vi University Presbyterian Church in Rochester is top winner Nelson Bryant Ground will be broken for the $10 million Detroit Trade Center on Sixth at the Lodge Freeway Feb. 2., the developers announced this week. The original owner and developer of the- Detroit Trade Center, Albert Nelson, has been joined by W. Robert Bryant, president of Bryant & Det-wiler, well-known Detroit general contractors. The new building-owner firm is Detroit Trade Center, Inc. The mortgage has been placed with the Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. arranged by Proctor and Co., of Detroit, in cooperation with Brooks, Harvey and Co. of New York. Interim financing, was set up with Manufactur- Architects Win Again ers National Bank of Detroit. . Interest from prospective tenants has become so high that the size of the trade center has been increased to 450,000 square feet and the value of the buildings has been hiked from $8 million to $10 million, Nelson said. will be John B. Skilling of the Seattle firm of Worthington, Skilling, Helle & Jackson. He will discuss the structural design of the World Trade Center in New York, on which he is working with the Yamasaki office. - ates, Inc. for their design of the Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. building will be a feature of the American Institute of Architects' Detroit chapter meeting Jan. 27 in the Statler Hilton Hotel. The speaker of the evening The presenta tion of an award in the American Institute of Steel Construction's 1964 Architecural Awards of Excellence Program to Minoru Yamasaki and Smith, Hinchman & Grylls Associ Bachman residence in Bloomfield Hills is also a wi inner ) i Hi "V- "IV, 'EfS PC u V,- J 4- 1 it. V i t - x -C y ! ,-v APARTMENTS IN THE CITY OF WARREN yyovHW. be delighted by the unique advantages of Regency Park Apartments. Professional landscaping creates pleasant surroundings ... to be enjoyed from the private, patio 0 balcony featured in every apartment. Other highlights you'll appreciate: locked front and rear entrances with buzzer system; carpeted entrance foyers; central air-conditioning; color-coordinated' kitchens with range, refrigerator and garbage disposer (deluxe two bedroom apartments also have a dishwasher). The Regency Park Swimming Pool and Village House are exclusively for the use of residents and the Village House lounge is available for private entertaining; Visit Regency Park Apartments, open daily and Sunday from noon to 5 PM. Or call 756-3434 for more information. Regency Park Apartments rentals start at $135 month. Regency Park is situated adjacent to the South Macomb Hospital only minutes from the GM Tech Center and Warren's numerous business and industrial firms. Churches of al! denominations, a variety of fine shopping facilities, and many recreation centers are all readily accessible. Managed Exclusively By

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