The tax-funded group that handles the sale of prime public property in Detroit has failed to turn over records as required under FOIA.
The controversial George Jackson has called for gentrification and blocked efforts to preserve the Tiger Stadium site.
The purchase price is a stark sign of what’s about to happen to the Cass Corridor.
Past preservation attempts have been thwarted by city officials, who have insisted – wrongly, so far – that the site can garner tens of millions of dollars from a major developer.
“I’m sorry but, I mean, bring it on,” George Jackson said of gentrification. “We can’t just be a poor city and prosper.”