Huntington Place is the 16th largest convention center in the United States. Built by the City of Detroit, it was originally opened in 1960 and named Cobo Hall in honor of former Detroit Mayor Albert E. Cobo (1950-1957).
Today, Huntington Place hosts conferences, conventions and trade-shows bringing 1.5 million visitors from across the globe to Detroit each year.
Huntington Place, Detroit
1 Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226