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Detroit's Iconic Fisher Building Just Hit the Auction Block

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.

Get the full story and gorgeous interior shots on Curbed Detroit. >>