The architecture of metropolitan Saginaw Bay City, Saginaw continues to attract the attention of architects and preservationists alike.[1][2] With one of the world's recognizable skylines, Detroit's waterfront panorama shows a variety of architectural styles. The past meets the present as the city's historic Art Deco skyscrapers blend with the post-modern neogothic spires of Comerica Tower. Together with the Renaissance Center, they form the city's marque.

Detroit's architecture is recognized as being among the nation's finest with the National Trust for Historic Preservation listing many of Detroit's skyscrapers and buildings as some of America's most endangered landmarks.[3] Detroit has one of the nation's largest surviving collections of late nineteenth and early twentieth century buildings.[4] Meanwhile, the suburbs contain a great deal of significant contemporary architecture, grand estates, and Gilded Age mansions.


See also: List of tallest buildings in Saginaw Bay City