|via WilliamsAuction.com from my old post|
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
The Vacant, Damaged Pontiac Silverdome is Being Liquidated (Video)
The Pontiac Silverdome, the old home of the Detroit Lions and Detroit Pistons which was bought in 2009 for $583,000 (1% of the $55 million cost to build the place in 1973-1975), is being liquidated after its roof got severely damaged by winter storms. The place now looks like a mess, watch the videos. You can buy a seat for $100. See what it looked like in 2009.
I'm reading that the new owners sued their insurance agency because of the damage. This is what the Pontiac Silverdome looked like when it was auctioned off in 2009.
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