This Detroit landmark was quite the attraction a half-century ago. In Eminem’s 8 Mile, he blasted the cow with a pink paintball.
Built in 1929, the Guardian Building is one of the most ornate, unique and beloved skyscrapers in Detroit.
On Thursday, bidding began on most of the more than 20,000 Detroit properties that ended up in the Wayne County Tax Auction this year because of delinquent taxes.
But you may want to look out for arsonists, who torched the home and the one beside it for a second time recently.
Volunteers at 555 Gallery and Studios want to use the money to offer more space and resources for artists.
Flames tore through the parish house, burning the ornate brick facade and choking out the lavish beaux-arts interior.
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.
The winning bidder raised red flags after a rambling statement about a “prophesy” to save Detroit.
All houses and buildings started with a $500 bid. There were bargains, surprises and duds.