Over the past two months, we’ve chronicled what’s left of the plant – blocks of crumbling buildings, ravaged by scrappers, fire and extreme weather.
The carjacking is just the latest attack at what has become a lawless wasteland on Detroit’s east side.
The building’s security tried in vain for months to get Fire Commissioner Don Austin’s administration to inspect the building.
DPD denies evidence of a brazen, dangerous scrapping operation that is putting motorists and residents at risk.
Once selling for six figures, the houses are on the auction block for as low as a few thousand dollars.
The newspapers are hunting for new office space in downtown or midtown and selling their headquarters at 615 W. Lafayette Blvd.
The final walls of the historic building are expected to come crashing down today, sealing the fate of the Albert Kahn industrial structure in Midtown. Wayne State University has been tearing down the two-story building this summer to make way for a parking lot and a staging ground for work on an adjacent, $90-million biomedical research […]