We also posted 21 photos taken from inside the historic, abandoned building.
The historic Hotel Park Avenue will come crashing down with the assistance of explosives at the site of the new Red Wings arena.
The city is threatening to take legal action if the book store doesn’t remove two banners from its iconic warehouse.
Fires burned longer and caused more damage because of inoperable hydrants and the rapidly declining condition of the city’s rigs.
The towering art deco David Stott Building in downtown Detroit was submerged in two stories of water Wednesday in what looks like yet another cautionary tale of abandonment.
The view from atop the city’s third largest building is breathtaking.
The red orb that towers 650 feet above the city will soon be lit up again.
Firefighters were called to the five-story brick building at Harper near Gratiot at 6:45 a.m. when they spotted fire on the fourth floor.
The abandoned, neglected Albert Kahn high-rise is in the shadow of the planned Red Wings arena and entertainment district.
The 15-story gothic-style building is owned by Detroit’s Downtown Development Authority, which has let the building rot while spending $285 million in public funds for a new Red Wings arena.