PONTIAC (AP) – The Pontiac Silverdome is up for sale again, this time with an asking price of about $30 million.
The former home of the Detroit Lions was sold for $583,000 six years ago. Real estate broker Robert Mihelich says the stadium and its property went back on the market in recent weeks and has already gotten offers.
Michelich told reporters that the Silverdome would likely be razed for redevelopment. The stadium has fallen into disrepair, with its roof damaged in a 2013 winter storm. Many items from the stadium were auctioned off last year.
Katherine Holmes, a spokeswoman for the current owner, says they’re looking for sale, lease or partnership development opportunities.
The Lions played their last game at the Silverdome in 2002 before moving to Ford Field in Detroit.
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