The exquisitely shot video features extreme, stomach-churning skiing.
The iconic tower is nearly a century old and rises high above the concrete ruins.
Bill Hults already paid $200,000 in nonrefundable deposits for the 40-acre ruins.
But will the Wayne County treasurer enforce the deadline and invalidate the bid of Chicago-area investor Bill Hults?
Chicago-area developer Bill Hults has his eye on Detroit’s east side.
New concerns were raised after the investors released a rambling, grammatically flawed statement about a “prophesy.”
It would be a fitting new chapter for a factory that has come to symbolize Detroit’s decline.
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 symbol of Detroit’s industrial decline attracted 111 bids from around the world.