Now & Then
Pictures showing how buildings in Detroit evolve over time.
A former naval armory, now getting picked over by scrappers and scavengers.
After sitting vacant for several years, Cleveland School reopened as a charter school.
The Eastown Theater once hosted the likes of Alice Cooper and The Who. It has been abandoned since the 1990's.
East Catholic High School
East Catholic High School was once one of the top performing schools in the city before it closed in 2005.
The Kronk Gym boxing program was run by Emmanuel Stewart until a broken water pipe caused the closure of the center.
Miller Intermediate School
Miller High School was a historic school that served Detroit's early black neighborhoods. After closing in 2007, it reopened as a charter school in 2013.
St. Luke's Hospital
A former hospital and homeless shelter in the suburb of Highland Park, burned and scrapped.
The University Club
The University Club was once an important social club where Detroit's elite met.