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Construction Of Tower Plaza Looking West On William, February 3, 1967

Construction Of Tower Plaza Looking West On William, February 3, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 3, 1967
Caption
Bundled up in plastic wrappings to provide workers with warmth and protection from the weather, the 26-story building being constructed at the corner of Maynard and E. William is slowly rising. When completed, it will dwarf the Maynard House (left) and will be the tallest building in Michigan outside Detroit. The News photographer, looking west on William, pictured the construction boom that almost spans the street near the Maynard intersection (foreground).

Construction Of Tower Plaza At E. William & Maynard, May 11, 1967

Construction Of Tower Plaza At E. William & Maynard, May 11, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1967
Caption
Already almost as tall as 11-level Maynard House (left) the 26-story building being built at the corner of E. William and Maynard is just starting its climb into the sky. When finished, the building will house 300 units.

Construction Of Tower Plaza At E. William & Maynard, May 11, 1967

Construction Of Tower Plaza At E. William & Maynard, May 11, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1967
Caption
Already almost as tall as 11-level Maynard House (left) the 26-story building being built at the corner of E. William and Maynard is just starting its climb into the sky. When finished, the building will house 300 units.

Aerial Shot From Top Of Maynard House Looking Down On Tower Plaza Construction, October 22, 1966

Aerial Shot From Top Of Maynard House Looking Down On Tower Plaza Construction, October 22, 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1966
Caption
Looking down from the Maynard House, a maze of construction activity can be seen. When completed, the foundation work shown here will support Ann Arbor's tallest building, a 26-story apartment-commercial structure situated on the corner of William and Maynard St. The high-rise building will contain 300 units.