Address: 3426 Junction Avenue, Detroit
Status: Still Standing
The West Side Dom Polski served as a social and cultural hub for Detroit’s west side Polish neighborhood from its construction down to the 1960s. Built in two stages, in 1916-17 and 1925, the building was designed by one of Detroit’s Poland-born architects, Joseph D. Gwizdowski, who is best known in Detroit for his buildings for Polish churches and cultural institutions.
The West Side Detroit Polish American Historical Society was responsible for obtaining a listing for the West Side Dom Polski in the National Register of Historic Places on September 15, 2006.