The Southfield Town Center (formerly known as the Prudential Town Center) is a cluster of five golden interconnected skyscrapers forming a contemporary , office complex which includes a Westin Hotel, restaurants, a fitness center, and a conference center for up to 1,000 attendees. This office-hotel complex is situated along Town Center Drive off the John C. Lodge Freeway, across from Lawrence Technological University in the Metro Detroit suburb of Southfield, Michigan, with many of its tallest buildings named after their addresses along the road. Separately, there is a 33 story luxury residential high-rise at 5000 Town Center. The American Center, another 26 story golden office tower, near the confluence of I-696 and M-10, is not part of the complex.
The Town Center also houses the City hall, and is located between West 10 Mile Road and Interstate 696, John C. Lodge Freeway, and Evergreen Road, as well as being close to the Mixing Bowl.
A two-story garden atrium connects all towers of the Southfield Town Center. The atrium functions as a retail mall with of retail space. The atrium area is available for large conferences.
- Westin Southfield Detroit Hotel at 1500 Town Center Drive is 12 stories. Constructed in 1987, the high-rise has 385 units/rooms. The hotel was built in the postmodern architectural style, and was built with glass. The architects were Sikes Jennings Kelly & Brewer.
- 1000 Town Center is a 28 story office tower constructed in 1989, and was designed in the postmodern architectural style. The architects were Sikes Jennings Kelly & Brewer.
- 2000 Town Center is a 28 story office tower constructed in 1986. The Skyline Club, and upscale business club, is located on the top floor (28) of this building, and includes an upscale restaurant. 2000 Town Center is a polygonal tower with the top third of one corner truncated in a step-back pattern, designed in the postmodern architectural style. The architects were Sikes Jennings Kelly & Brewer.
- 3000 Town Center is 32 story office tower constructed in 1975, it is the tallest building in the state of Michigan outside of Detroit. It was the first of the towers built, and it remains the tallest. It is readily recognizable from its structural type. It has strong cross braces over its glass and steel. It was built using the modern architecture style. The architects were Neuhaus & Taylor, 3D International.
- 4000 Town Center is a 20 story office tower constructed in 1979 and is the shortest of the buildings. It was built in the modern architecture style, showing a heavy use of glass on its exterior. The architects were Neuhaus & Taylor, 3D International.
- 5000 Town Center is a 33 story high rise residential tower constructed in 1983 and reflects a heavy use of the modern architecture style, with concrete as its main material. It has an undulating plan, somewhat like a figure-eight. When it was built, this tower was divided into 216 individual units. Due to the merging of a some units, it now has 204 residences. The architects were Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates.
feet / m
|| 3000 Town Center
|| 402 / 122
|| The tallest building in Michigan outside of Detroit.
|| 1000 Town Center
|| 395 / 120
|| Fifth Third Bank offices. |
|| 2000 Town Center
|| 370 / 113
|| The Skyline Club, an exclusive business club, is located on the top floor of the building, and contains an upscale restaurant. |
|| 5000 Town Center
|| 328 / 100
|| Residential high-rise. |
|| 4000 Town Center
|| 270 / 82
|| 1500 Town Center
|| Westin Hotel and conference center. |