Detroit's Packard plant starting to look like 1930 again
First Stage Of Restoration Includes Custom Wrap For Pedestrian Bridge
Right now that bridge is actually tired concrete supports holding up a span of graffiti-splattered brick and a bunch of smashed-out windows. Palazuelo says restoration of the entire 40-acre site "could take decades and total $300 million," but he has vowed that the bridge restoration will be completed next year. According to a report in the Detroit Free Press, the first few tenants shouldn't be that far behind. Check out the video above to watch a piece of the north rise again.
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