About Columbia Center

The Columbia Center campus is located along Big Beaver Road, otherwise known as the Three Mile “Golden Corridor,” which is lined with gleaming office buildings that house an impressive list of corporate headquarters.

The corridor is also dotted with a wonderful array of restaurants and hotels, including the Troy Marriott, perfectly positioned directly across the street from the campus. Most notably, this area boasts one of the country’s most luxurious retail centers – The Somerset Collection. Located on the north and south sides of the “Golden Corridor”, this impressive retail paradise is linked by a glass-enclosed skyway with a moving sidewalk providing shoppers with access to more than 200 stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ralph Lauren, Nordstrom and Macy’s. Adjacent to I-75, Columbia Center provides easy accessibility to all of Michigan’s major metropolitan centers, hotels and airports. Both Troy and the nearby metropolitan Detroit area provide countless opportunities for recreational and cultural activities as well.

Columbia Center was assembled from various residential and commercial properties to create a 20-acre master planned community consisting of:

  • Two, thirteen-story office towers with a connector building.
  • A three-level parking structure, consisting of over 800 spaces, with direct access to each tower.
  • A mid-rise stand alone office building.
  • A medical clinic, banking center, and restaurant.

Beautifully Designed

Columbia Center was designed by the renowned and international architectural firm Yamasaki & Associates, best known for their design of the iconic World Trade Center buildings.

Energy Efficient & Environmentally Responsible

The Columbia Center has been updated to be more energy efficient and environmentally responsible, emitting a third less carbon dioxide and requiring 35% less energy to operate when compared to similar buildings nationwide.

Columbia Center Lobby Art

Andres Ruhwald, Artist-in-Residence at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, was commissioned to design a modern geometric wall mural installed in the building lobby areas in each tower. The unique murals  re-imagine the visual link between the Columbia Center and Detroit’s Fisher Building – a building Yamasaki had in mind when he first designed the Columbia Center. The murals were created using large slabs of Italian ceramic tile in six carefully selected colors chosen to enrich the experience of the lobbies. The entire design consists of triangular forms that join into a complex pattern where color and line continuously intersect.

Continually Evolving

The Columbia Center is always working to improve our campus for our tenants. In addition to all the other features and amenities, you will read about on our site, you can look forward to these improvements.

Fully Renovated Link Café

Columbia Center is excited to bring our tenants and guests a greatly enhanced dining experience! The Link Café is a modern gathering place to enjoy a diverse menu of items which include breakfast, lunch, and a build-your-own salad and soup bar. The café is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To see the menu and learn more, visit the Link Café webpage.

Outdoor Social & Dining Plaza

Columbia Center has recently added an outdoor plaza on the south side of the connected link between Towers I and II for tenants and visitors to enjoy. This area includes upgraded landscaping, both exposed and covered seating, direct access to the new Link Café and a center gathering space. The new outdoor seating features settings for both collaborative casual meetings and outdoor dining. New paved walkways threaded with accent lighting connect the Columbia Center towers to recently opened Stoney River Steakhouse & Grill. The new plaza area is also equipped with Wi-Fi and music powered by Sonos.

Upscale Dining, Steps Away from the Office

Tenants at Columbia Center can easily stroll to Stoney River Steakhouse and Grill, a distinctive boutique restaurant specializing in hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood selections and made-from-scratch house dishes. Upon visiting Stoney River, guests will find a creative menu of upscale cuisine served for lunch and dinner. The restaurant also has a full-service bar with unique cocktails and award-winning wines by glass or bottle. To see the menu and more, visit the Stoney River webpage.

Built to Last

Columbia Center remains one of Southeastern Michigan’s finest business addresses. The first tower was built in 1989 and the second tower was built in 1998. Today, one cannot discern the difference in age, which is a testament to the quality of design, construction materials and property management.

Your Fellow Tenants

At Columbia Center, tenants include major law firms such as Giarmarco Mullins & Horton, Butzel, Bodman, Kemp Klein, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman, prominent financial institutions such as Independent Bank, Morgan Stanley, Ameriprise Financial, Prudential Insurance, Equitable Advisors, and national consulting companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton.

Columbia Center Flyover

Hear From Our Tenants

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