Grand Boulevard (Detroit)

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Grand Boulevard is a thoroughfare in Detroit, running east to west in some places and north to south in other places and is approximately 11 miles in length. It once constituted the city limits of Detroit. Grand Boulevard is named the "Berry Gordy Jr. Boulevard" in the area where the Motown Historical Museum is located and the "General Motors Boulevard" in the area of Detroit's "New Center" where the Fisher Building and Cadillac Place (formerly the General Motors Building) are located.[1][2] Grand Boulevard is commonly referred to by residents of the city simply as "the Boulevard".[3]

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Grand Boulevard
Grand Boulevard highlighted in red
Maintained byCity of Detroit
West endJefferson Avenue, Detroit
M-85.svg M-85 (Fort Street)

I-75.svg I-75
US_12.svg US 12 (Michigan Avenue)
I-94.svg I-94
I-96.svg I-96
M-5.svg M-5 (Grand River Avenue)
M-10.svg M-10 (Lodge Freeway)
M-1.svg M-1 (Woodward Avenue)

M-3.svg M-3 (Gratiot Avenue)
East endRiverbank Drive, Belle Isle