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50 Pictures Show Abandoned American Motors Corporation Headquarters
Follow AbandonedWay American Motors Corporation Headquarters is an abandoned factory building in Detroit, Michigan. The AMC building didn’t always stand desolate, ravaged, and silent. It was designed by Amedeo Leoni, who designed the new facilities, which included offices, a three-story factory and power plant.
Ypsilanti State Hospital
Pictures Show Ypsilanti State Hospital Before It Was Demolished
Follow AbandonedWay Ypsilanti State Mental Hospital is demolished medical complex in York Charter Township in the U.S. state of Michigan that housed and treated patients for mental health disorders. The Ypsilanti State Hospital was closed and abandoned in 1991. In 2005 Toyota bought the property to develop
Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church
Pictures Show Abandoned Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church
The Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church is an abandoned church located at 8501 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. It was built in the Gothic revival style by the  architect Sidney Badgley and was active to worshippers from 1911 to 2004.
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Abandoned St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Church in Detroit
Despite some years of high enrollment, the St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Church closed in 2014. Pictures show abandoned church in Detroit.
Riverside Osteopathic Hospital
Stunning Photos of Abandoned Riverside Osteopathic Hospital
The City of Trenton had reached an agreement with the owner of the abandoned Riverside Osteopathic Hospital. The agreement states that the full demolition of the Riverside Osteopathic Hospital must be completed by Oct. 15, 2022.
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Abandoned Goddard & Goddard Factory in Detroit
By 1980's the Goddard & Goddard factory was being used by Metro Wood Products, which went out of business in 1994. It was used by various companies until 2006, when it became abandoned.
Detroit Free Press Building
Inside Abandoned Detroit Free Press Building
Designed by Albert Kahn and built in 1925, the Free Press Building is a monument to the roaring 20's. From the arch over the entrance to vaulted ceilings inside, the building is chock full of intricate, detailed stonework.