Built in 1912 by Leonard B. Willeke, Detroit’s Capitol Park Loft building houses Prime +Proper steakhouse on the ground floor.
Ornate hexagon-tiled marble flooring opens to the sunlit bar, with a bar front that mimics the luxurious feel of a herring hide leather.
Velvet-upholstered banquettes and modern light fixtures outfit the dining area.
The dining area opens to the kitchen offering views of the chefs at work.
Creating an Instagramamble backdrop, gold hexagon-shaped candles and smoked mirrors line a closed-off marble staircase.
Butcher block dresses the walls of the intimate chef’s table, which peeks into the wine cellar.
The new-age, 300-square-foot dry-aging room is located within a stainless-steel enclosure.