Explore the Neighborhood
Philip Houze is located on the Southeast corner of Clifford and Bagley Street in the heart of downtown Detroit’s Central Business District.
Neighboring attractions include the Washington Boulevard Historical district and Detroit’s gathering space, Campus Martius Park. Built in 1901 by famed architects Edward H. Bennett and Louis Kamper, the Washington Blvd. quarter is known as one of downtown Detroit’s most notable sectors. Philip Houze is located in the epicenter of Detroit, where thriving affluential businesses and office buildings are intertwined with a rich cultural scene.
Distinguished structures located within two block radius:
- Book-Cadillac Hotel
- The Book Tower
- Washington Square (Trolley Plaza)
- Renaissance Center
- St. Aloysius Catholic Church and Chancery Building
- Julian C. Madison Building
- Industrial Building
Dining & Entertainment
The Cobo Center is conveniently located on Washington Blvd. and is the home to dozens of Detroit’s most leading events, such as the Detroit Auto Show, and sits adjacent to former Red Wings stadium Joe Louis Arena. The noteworthy hall also houses several exhibits, concerts, and conventions.
Less than one mile down from Philip Houze is the home of the Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park. Catch a game and dine at some of the most favored restaurants in the area.
Nearby restaurants to check out:
- Cadillac Square Diner
- Grand Trunk Pub
- Motor City Kitchen
- Wright & Co.
- The Jefferson House
- London Chop House
- Joe Muer Seafood