Huntington Place
Huntington Place
Photo courtesy of Cobo Exhibition Center

1 Washington Blvd
Jefferson Ave at the Lodge Fwy
Detroit MI 48226-4420
(313) 877-8777

geo: 42.327465,-83.048247
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Built by the City of Detroit, Cobo Hall opened in 1960 and was named in honor of former Detroit Mayor Albert E. Cobo (1950-1957). It was later expanded and renamed Cobo Exhibition & Conference Center. In February of 2019, naming rights of the venue were awarded to TCF Bank which merged with Huntington Bank in 2021. It has been the site of the annual North American International Auto Show for decades, and is located in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Other major shows include Autorama and the Detroit Boat Show.

from Huntington Place's website:

''With 723,000 square-feet of exhibit space, Huntington Place boasts one of the largest contiguous exhibit floor spaces in North America and is the 17th largest convention center in the country. The 40,000 square-foot Grand Riverview Ballroom has a stage lift, more than 100 meeting rooms, an 8,000 square-foot kitchen with tasting room, and banquet rooms comprise 225,000 square-feet meeting space.''
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