El Moore Lodge

Read about us in Preservation Magazine

We love Preservation Magazine, and were fortunate enough to be profiled in this year’s winter edition.  Courtney Balestier, the article’s author, spent quite a bit of time interviewing various people associated with the El Moore and the piece was beautifully written, reflecting the building and its occupants well. It also includes the best (in my …

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A closer look at Cass Corridor artist Robert Sestok

This month, Essay’d, a writing project I’m part of that publishes short, illustrated essays about contemporary Detroit artists, takes a look at the work of Robert Sestok, the longtime Cass Corridor artist whose one-year-old sculpture park is located just a stone’s throw from the El Moore. The author of the essay is Dennis Nawrocki, a seasoned professor of art history …

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El Moore Guests Become El Moore Residents

The El Moore building, now a sustainably restored and operated residential apartment building and urban lodge, has stood watch over the corner of 2nd Avenue and West Alexandrine Street in Detroit Michigan since 1898. Today, the El Moore Lodge offers guests from near and far a unique range of beautiful accommodations, a sustainable urban guest …

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