Legal Battle Ends, Detroit’s Hotel Charlevoix Approved For Demolition

DETROIT (WWJ) – After a decade-long battle, Detroit’s Hotel Charlevoix  has been approved for demolition. The tear-down in Grand Circus Park could begin as early as next week.

For the past several years, bricks and glass have periodically fallen from the 108-year old building onto the ground below–almost hitting a child in one case.

The Charlevoix has been empty for the past 30 years.

 

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