Whoever buys the lawless wasteland will incur hefty costs for a property that is constantly on fire and crumbling.
For whatever reason, the risks aren’t deterring opportunists from profiting off of group tours of the cavernous ruins.
The carjacking is just the latest attack at what has become a lawless wasteland on Detroit’s east side.
DPD denies evidence of a brazen, dangerous scrapping operation that is putting motorists and residents at risk.
Firefighters perused the debris for a scrapper who had become pinned in the debris.
Whoever wins the auction will inherit hefty costs, from demolition to a six-figure tax bill.
Now the city must make a tough decision – take possession of the property or sell it for pennies on the dollar.
It was back to usual at the abandoned, sprawling Packard Plant on Detroit’s east side.
The plan calls for turning the abandoned plant into a sprawling hub for housing, office space and entertainment.
Time is running out for a developer to transform Detroit’s symbol of industrial decline into housing, restaurants, retail space, offices and a hotel.