Packard Plant Still In Ruins 3 Years After Sale To Developer The plant has become a symbol of Detroit's urban decay.
Black Tie Gala To Be Held Saturday At Historic Packard PlantIt's a first for the old Packard Plant: men in black tie and women dressed to the nines.
Packard Plant Guided Tours To Raise Funds For Art NonprofitVisitors will get up-close looks at the rusted steel beams, concrete walls, and factory floors in Detroit where Packard luxury cars were assembled.
Detroit Mural Credited To Banksy Sells For $137,500Officials had expected the mural to go for anywhere between $400,000 and $1 million.
Detroit Police Respond To Calls About 'Loose Tiger' At Packard PlantOfficers dispatched to the scene found there was indeed a large cat on the premises.
Live Tiger Spotted At The Old Packard Plant [VIDEO]There are many things while living in Detroit that I have yet to see.
September Auction Planned For Banksy Art Found In Detroit's Packard PlantIt features a figure of a child holding a bucket of red paint and brush alongside the message: "I remember when all this was trees."
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Company Renovating Building At Old Packard Car Plant ComplexThe Display Group, an event specialist company, is spending $750,000 on renovating Building 22 on the 40-acre site.
Demolition Underway, But Developer Hopes To Preserve Parts Of Decaying Packard PlantSome preliminary demolition is underway at Detroit's historic Packard Plant, to prepare the sprawling complex of abandoned buildings for an ambitious redevelopment project.
Crews Begin Demolition Of Packard PlantPeruvian developer Fernando Palazuelo bought the 40-acre site last year and wants to bring in apartments, retail, high-tech entrepreneurs, light industrial operations and artist studios.
Owner Says Big Plans Ahead For Packard PlantFernando Palazuelo said he has recently had several offers for the site -- and he hasn't budged.