The Fox Theatre is a 1928 movie palace and performing arts center located at 2211 Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Located within the Detroit Theater District, the Fox has become one of the most successful theaters in the country combining Broadway shows, concerts, special events and the special classic film screenings. The Detroit Fox is one of five spectacular Fox Theatres built in the late 1920s by film pioneer William Fox.  It was designed by architect C. Howard Crane who describes the Fox’s style as "Siamese Byzantine." The Fox is the largest surviving movie palace of the Roaring 20s. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989. The Fox is Detroit's largest movie palace. The Fox Theatre has 5,048 seats.   The interior of the Fox Theatre in St. Louis, Missouri is its architectural virtual twin with about 500 fewer seats than the Detroit Fox. In 1988, the Detroit Fox underwent an $8.1-million restoration.