Uniquely Detroit: The man with the plan for the Packard Plant


“‘Detroit was a town with a lot of history, a European touch, a French touch. The first time I read about Detroit, it was completely, still today, undervalued,’ Palazuelo said. ‘I see something very close to what you see when you walk on the old ruins of the Greek towns, the Roman towns or the South American towns. You see a lot of history. Of course you see destruction, but on the other hand, also if you are able to read the buildings, you get a lot of information. I mean this is an open book.'”


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