What’s next depends on the eccentric owner, who is in danger of losing the building.
The cameras are among hundreds installed downtown by Bedrock in the past few years, sending live feeds to a secretive command center in Chase Tower.
The Detroit construction firm was accused of causing a preventable death while working for the city, and then made death threats of their own this weekend.
After thumbing their noses at a judge’s orders for more than three years, the negligent owners of the Wurlitzer high-rise in downtown Detroit are finally removing dangling bricks and masonry from the abandoned building.
A judge and attorney who own the dilapidated Wurlitzer high-rise continue to defy orders to remove shedding bricks and masonry.
A crew on Wednesday will begin removing bricks and masonry that are hanging loosely from the Wurlitzer high-rise next door on Broadway Street.
Crumbling bricks from the adjacent, neglected Wurlitzer building aren’t the only danger to 1515 Broadway.
The crumbling brick exterior of the Wurlitzer in downtown Detroit has been falling for more than a decade.
The city of Detroit won’t repair a broken water line that serves a downtown coffee shop and adjacent jewelry store because the neighboring high-rise would endanger workers.