The 13-story Hotel Park Avenue, a one-time lavish attraction from the booming 1920s that later became a rehab center for drug addicts, was imploded Saturday morning.
Preservationists and others are hoping the city of Detroit will protect the unique building with a historic designation.
The naked lurker crawled on his hands and knees, with his tongue out, and gazed at the flames.
An effort to save the historic University Club would devolve into a discussion of slave institutions and the Holocaust.
The newspapers are hunting for new office space in downtown or midtown and selling their headquarters at 615 W. Lafayette Blvd.