The City of Detroit and surrounding areas is rich in architecturally significant buildings. Associated Adjusters, Inc. has had the distinction of adjusting claims for several such properties. Please see a sampling of historic properties for which we have adjusted claims.
Lawrence Fisher Mansion
This home was owned and commissioned by Lawrence Fisher, one of seven Fisher brothers. He was the founder and president of Cadillac Motor Car Company. Later owners of the home included Alfred Ford and Elizabeth Reuther
22,000 square foot Mediterranean Revival, built 1927.
Designer: C. Howard Crane, whose other projects included the Fisher Theatre.
The property is currently the Bhaktivedanta Cultural Center.
Lynn McNaughton Residence
Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
Mr. McNaughton was Vice President of Cadillac Motors in 1930. The home was later owned by Benson Ford and at one time, Detroit Tiger, Cecil Fielder.
Built in 1929
Designer: George Mason, whose other major projects included:
- The Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island
- Detroit Yacht Club, Belle Isle, Detroit
- Detroit Opera House (1898)
Berry Gordy, Jr. (Motown) Residence
918 Boston Blvd.
8,000 square foot Italian Renaissance Revival, built 1917. This Boston Edison Historic District residence is comprised of a mansion, recreation building and coach house.
Originally built by lumber magnate Nels Michelson in 1917, it was purchased by Motown Records founder Berry Gordy, Jr., in 1967.