Albert Kahn Associates, Inc. will be moving into 25,000 square feet of renovated space in the Fisher Building in Detroit as of May 30. This transition marks the first time Kahn has relocated offices since 1931. Kahn’s current office space, the Albert Kahn Building, will be repurposed.
Having been located in Detroit for 123 years, Kahn feels strongly about keeping its roots in Detroit and is proud to be able to call the historic Fisher Building its new headquarters.
“Albert Kahn Associates as a company is continuing to thrive in this robust economy and with that, we are excited to have a new office space to symbolize this advancement into the next era of our firm,” said chief executive officer and president Alan Cobb. “The best is yet to come, and we’re looking forward to continuing our legacy in a building that is so meaningful to our firm.”
Detroit’s iconic 1928 Fisher Building is said to be “Detroit’s largest art object” with sculptures, murals and bronze castings. Kahn has led the redesign of its new space which has included gutting the interior and implementing custom floor plans throughout the office.