Does anybody else feel the sadness in all of this.
I’m with you. As someone posted earlier, how many people are homeless in Michigan? I don’t see why this had to close. It seems to be well located with great views. What happens now?
Any known plans for land usage after it’s all torn down? (Please don’t say urban farming.) Does Chris Webber want a refund…
The City believes the land will be marketable after its torn down, meaning no current buyer and no redevelopment plans. But the Rec Center itself may be a different story than the Brewsters or Douglass Towers. There was talk of rehabilitation earlier this year, and they buffed all the graffiti off the outside of the building (lasted a few days). I also read that because the property was a low income project, any new project will have to include affordable housing. Dont know if that is true or not.
always wanted to see this place- never been in, maybe someday.
good ! there is a link on the bar under the header for “daily archive”. thats where all the past 10 years of stuff is.
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