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The New Amsterdam Historic District is a historic district located in Detroit, Michigan. Buildings in this district are on or near three sequential east-west streets on the two blocks between Woodward Avenue and Second Avenue. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
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    • District definition 

    • General history 

    • Cadillac Assembly Plant (450 Amsterdam Street) 

    • G. A. Richards Oakland Company Service Department for Oaklands and Pontiacs (440 Burroughs Street) 

    • Cadillac Sales & Service (6001 Cass) 

    • Stewart-Warner Speedometer Corporation Building (6050 Cass Avenue) 

    • American Beauty Irons (American Electrical Heater Building) (6110 Cass) 

    • Walter J. Bemb Buick-Pontiac Dealership (6160 Cass Avenue) 

    • Caille Brothers Building (6200 Second Avenue) 

    • 425 York Street 

    • Education