Of the New Center’s  two main attractions, the Fisher Building (3011 W. Grand Blvd., 313/874-4444) is the most interesting. Even if you’re not an architecture fan, it’s worth seeing for the dazzling ceiling mosaics alone.
The Architectural League of New York recognized the Fisher Building as the world’s most beautiful commercial structure when it was built in 1928. Albert Kahn, one of Detroit’s  best-known architects, made lavish use of expensive materials, including 420 tons of bronze, marble, Minnesota granite, and 24-karat gold.
Today, the Fisher Building’s 28-story central tower and two 11-story wings house the Fisher Theater, shops, restaurants, and office space.