The Transamerica Title Company was built in the 1960's. Maintained consistently and currently used as a court building. Completed in the 1960's while architect E. John Knapp worked for the Daverman Firm in Grand Rapids and as a result of land cleared for urban renewal. The Transamerica Title Company was two floors stretching between Ottawa and Ionia streets in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan across from Calder Plaza. It has an interior floating stairway visible from Ottawa and a striking concrete facade. The building has a small profile especially due to its position between the adjacent high rise buildings. The exterior is mostly intact except for the original covered parking.