Hannan Memorial YMCA

The Hannan Memorial YMCA opened in May of 1928. Built at a cost of $750,000, the five-story brick building was designed by Robert O. Derrick on East Jefferson street. It was the fourth YMCA in Detroit, part of a $5.4 million dollar plan to build seven facilities in the city.

By 1980, the former Y had become a Job Corps center, where residents could learn skilled trades and take classes. In 1999, the Job Corps program was moved to a former hospital, and the building was vacated.

Hannan was demolished in 2024.