The slab of concrete, however, didn’t fetch as much as expected.
The city of Detroit all but rolled out the red carpet for a British wildlife photographer to take a large tiger, two wolves and a bobcat to the hazardous ruins of the Packard Plant.
Packard Plant employees insist they did not know a world-renowned wildlife photographer was bringing animals with him for a photo shoot at the abandoned factory on Detroit’s east side Monday morning.
A large tiger escaped during a photo shoot at the abandoned Packard Plant on Detroit’s east side late this morning.
After enduring decades of abandonment and vandalism, the Packard Plant is coming back to life.
An Australian photographer got a quick, bitter dose of Detroit and its police force.
For the first time in decades, someone is paying property taxes on the abandoned Packard Plant.
Peru-based developer Fernando Palazuelo is more than $80,000 delinquent on property taxes and late fees on the abandoned Packard Plant that he purchased six months ago at a tax-foreclosure auction.
Some photographers and explorers are walking out of the ruins to find themselves without a car in the crime-ridden area.
The Department of Environmental Quality received complaints that Bill Hults was forcing employees to work around hazardous materials.