Hotel Detroit Yorba under a new ownership contract

Assets The White Stripes helped to qualify outside of Michigan with a 2 minute ditty under a new owner's contract.

Talk to the Hotel Yorba at 4020 W. Lafayette Blvd. in southern South, adjacent to the Ambassador's Bridge, pending, in accordance with the property enlistment. Mike Sobh, a RE / MAX Leading Edge sales associated with Dearborn is being listed for sale, traffic traffic.

"It's secret and the seller does not want any information," he said.

The subscription states that the price requested was $ 3.2 million, although it is not clear that price is the price agreed by the buyer and seller.

Clerk at the hotel at 4020 W. Lafayette Blvd. hung when a reporter asked to speak to the owner of the property.

The property listing states that the sale is dependent on the seller, who says that the Detroit property records are Gerald Jankowski, investing the proceeds in an exchange of 1031, which allows the seller to invest the proceeds in dealing with other real estate and taxes capital deferral gain. The discussion includes real estate and business.

According to the Detroit Detroit, which traces Detroit's buildings and architecture, the hotel opened in 1926 after being designed by the architectural blister of Detroit Pollmar & Ropes for hostel Samuel Plotkin. It costs more than $ 200,000 for construction.

The 2013 article in Curbed Detroit describes it as a "retirement pay as a retirement, transit destination, and previously participating in parolee". It has about 300 rooms.

The listing states that the property is 49,500 square feet and is on the market since the end of September. He also says that he will cost $ 100,000 annually to work it.

The building name was the title for White Stripes 2001, the first Detroit band single band, on the "White Cell Cells" album.

This is the latest news on the real estate of Jack White in the last month. In January, the former star in the star rock in the Indian Village was for sale for $ 1.114 million.

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