Ford Field has been the home of the Detroit Lions since 2002. The structure is made of steel and concrete, and the historic Hudson warehouse, built in the 1920s, was incorporated into the south side of the building. The old warehouse now contains offices, suites, and a seven story atrium that gives Ford Field a unique design. Large skylights and windows let in an unusual amount of natural light for an indoor stadium. Ford Field seats around 65,000.
Address: 2000 Brush St, Detroit, MI 48226
Architects: Rossetti Associates