The Broderick Tower is a residential skyscraper in Detroit, Michigan. Original construction began in 1926, and was completed in 1928. The Broderick is being fully renovated as of 2012. The tower was the second tallest building in Michigan when it was originally completed in 1928. It stands 35-stories, with two basement floors. The building is designed with Neo-classical architecture, Chicago school, and Beaux-Arts designs. Limestone is a prominent material in the building's surface. It was designed by architects Louis Kamper and Paul Kamper for Theodore Eaton.
The tower is located at the Southeast corner of Woodward Ave and Witherell St., facing Grand Circus Park, in downtown Detroit, and stands across the street from the David Whitney Building, and stands in the "Foxtown" neighborhood of Detroit. The Broderick Tower is not a square, or even a parallelogram in shape.