A prospective buyer of a sprawling former car plant that for years has been a symbol of Detroit’s decline says he plans to live at the site as he redevelops the property.
Officials have turned to yet another bidder after a Chicago developer missed a payment deadline in his bid for the crumbling Packard Plant.
A Chicago developer hoping to buy the crumbling Packard Plant has received another extension.
It remains to be seen whether Chicago developer Bill Hults will buy Detroit’s defunct Packard plant.
Detroit’s emergency manger approved a purchase agreement for 1,500 parcels of land on the city’s east side.
“By working together at the ground level, we will reverse the challenges caused by blight.”
The work is part of efforts announced last month by the administration of President Barack Obama to help Detroit.
“In this neighborhood the people said they wanted this to be the greenest neighborhood in the city.”
MSP Lt. Mike Shaw says where the city’s homeless gather, you’ll find large piles of debris.
City and federal officials are making good on promises to raze the Brewster projects.