From Buildings of Detroit.com.
It was located at 1011 Woodward Avenue and designed by famous architect Daniel H. Burnham. The Beaux Arts style building opened in 1896 and helped usher in Detroit's Skyscraper Age as the second one built. The first one was 1890's Hammond Building.
It remained the most imposing structure until Burnham's 18-story Ford Building in 1909.
The Majestic Building stood 222-feet and was 14 stories high, the city's tallest until the Ford Building. It was entirely faced with terra cotta and considered fireproof.
It was destroyed in 1962. The 1001 Woodward Building, built in 1965, is ar its site now.