Located in Detroit, Michigan, Highlands Detroit is a unique banquet wedding venue. It is situated on the 71st and 72nd floor of the astonishing General Motors Renaissance Center, also known as the GMRENCEN. As Michigan’s tallest building, the center offers couples panoramic views that can make their special day even more memorable.
Facilities and Capacity
The Highlands Ballroom features astounding all-around views of the surrounding landscape. Characterized by stylish mid-century modern designs, the space feels intimate and cozy for couples and their loved ones to celebrate in. Furniture and entertainment facilities can be provided, including tables, chairs, and a dancefloor. To help the happy couple to relax and enjoy their special day, the venue also contains get-ready rooms on site.
The venue strives to provide a highly personalized service to the couples they work with. They will help to create your dream wedding in a setting where your guests can enjoy breathtaking views unparalleled in the city. Highlands Detroit can offer all-inclusive packages to make the coordination process as simple as possible. Their award-winning chef is happy to take responsibility for catering and the venue can easily arrange bar services. Additionally, they can organize a cake, sound and lighting, setup, and cleanup.
The venue’s outstanding restaurateur Shawn McClain and his team are experts in creating impressive and innovative menus. Bringing Detroit’s epic cuisine to the very top of the city, these skilled caterers can create an unforgettable dining experience for you and your guests. They can organize a cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, full plated service, and dessert. Self-service stations can also be set up for couples who wish to offer their guests an even greater variety of delicious food.
The GMRENCEN project initially came to life in 1971, with a competition held to come up with a suitable name for the property. The first tower officially opened in 1976 after three years of building. Construction continued throughout the 70s and 80s to produce several more adjoining skyscrapers, including a hotel. However, the GMRENCEN really became the astonishing piece of architecture it is today after the completion of renovations by General Motors in 2004.