Often referred to as "Detroit's largest art object," the iconic Fisher Building just went up for auction today. Built in 1928 with part of a vast auto body fortune, the office high-rise designed by Albert Kahn may go for as little as $30 million. The 30-story art deco palace welcomes visitors with a lobby containing forty types of marble, which rises three stories to a barrel-vaulted ceiling covered in vivid mosaics by Hungarian artist Géza Maróti.
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