Campus Martius Park anchors a two square block district that is the commercial center and heart of downtown Detroit. Surrounded by over 6.5 million square feet of mixed used space from the stunning historic architecture of the landmark Penobscot Building to the contemporary Compuware and Quicken Loans Headquarters and One Kennedy Square Buildings, the Campus Martius district is a regional destination. All of the major avenues radiate out from Detroit’s Point of Origin in the Park.
The Campus Martius district is a 24-hour neighborhood comprised of 20,000 office employees, 750 residents, 35+ dining options, 50 retail outlets, the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel, 10,000 Parking spaces and over two million annual visitors.
The district’s landmark is the award-winning Campus Martius Park, a 2.5 acre public square and year-round entertainment venue. Located at the heart of the neighborhood and downtown on Woodward Avenue, the Park is also the crossroads to all the other major downtown activitymore about
November 02 2016Four-Time Grammy Award Winner Aaron Neville and Olympic Gold Medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White Headline the 13th Annual Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony and Show at Campus Martius Park
For the 13th consecutive year, the Detroit 300 Conservancy continues its holiday tradition with the annual Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony in Campus Martius Park, presented by the DTE Energy Foundation. The event will be held Nov. 18, and features a 60-foot Michigan-grown Norway Spruce – a gift to the City of Detroit from the philanthropic arm of DTE Energy. The event begins at 5 p.m., and is free to the public.continue to read
May 19 2016ALL NEW RESTAURANT AND BAR, THE FOUNTAIN DETROIT, ARRIVES IN CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK
Today Downtown Detroit Partnership announced the latest addition to Campus Martius Park and Detroit’s restaurant, bar and outdoor dining scene, named The Fountain Detroit. The restaurant and bar arrived in the unique beach area at the park this morning in preparation for the 2016 summer season. The restaurant design is the first of its kind in Detroit, creatively built as a decommissioned 40-foot-long steel-shipping container. The Fountain Detroit is scheduled to open for full-bar service on Friday, May 27.continue to read