Originally constructed in 1917, the Vinton Building was the headquarters for the Vinton Construction Company. It is a 12-story Albert Kahn design that consists of a concrete structure and brick facade. The Vinton Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
The redevelopment of the Vinton Building changed its primary use from commercial/office space to “loft-type” residential units. The ten (10) residential units boast approximately 3,600 square feet of living space that offer unique views of downtown Detroit. The ground floor and second floor are leased to retail and commercial tenants. A vehicle lift was constructed so that the basement could house the parking for the residential units.