Fernando’s folly?; Southwest Greenway breaks ground; Tigers talk + more (ft. Robin Runyan)

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Lots of stories to talk about when Robin Runyan from Urbanize Detroit is in the studio.

The demolition of the Packard Plant seems a big step closer as a court has ordered Fernando Palazuelo to demo the long-vacant plant: https://www.wxyz.com/news/region/detroit/wayne-county-judge-orders-peruvian-businessman-to-demolish-old-packard-plant

The Southwest Greenway has broken ground: https://urbanize.city/detroit/post/construction-starts-southwest-greenway-corktown

Listener suggestions for the old Chung’s space for sale at Cass and Peterboro

Discuss the fate of the United Artists Building and the importance of keeping special spaces: https://urbanize.city/detroit/post/construction-finally-starts-united-artists-building

The historic Grande Ballroom is for sale for $5m: https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/detroits-grande-ballroom-up-for-sale-for-5-million

And the Tigers season opener is Friday, so we get into why Robin’s hopeful about the season (and good food at the ballpark).

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