Like the deadly sins, Detroit's most dangerous buildings number seven. At least when 7 Action News investigator Heather Catallo is counting. If you're up for an architectural tour where hardhats are required, pop over to the 7AN's interactive map so you can locate the brick-droppers and glass shard-shedders. It should come as no surprise that the Wurlitzer Building took the top position as most dangerous. It's six thug friends are 1265 Griswold, 115 State Street, the Vinton Building at 600 Woodward, the Charlevoix Hotel at 2029 Park, 2001 Park, and the Book Tower on Washington.
· Downtown Detroit's 7 most dangerous buildings: Where are they? [ABC News]
· The Concussion Maker: Wurlitzer Building Hurls More Bricks [Curbed Detroit]
· Downtown's Sloppiest Building Makes Bigger Mess [Curbed Detroit]
· More Trouble For Owners As the Wurlitzer Building Crumbles [Curbed Detroit]