Detroit Properties Demolition

$179 / year

This dataset shows properties that are contracted for demolition by the Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA) or Detroit Building Authority (DBA). Projects listed in this dataset have a known price, contractor, and projected knock-down date.

Complexity

The vast majority of all demolitions by the city is done using federal Hardest Hit Funds (HHF), which, by law, can be spent only in federally-designated areas of the city. This map shows the HHF zones where the city currently can spend its federal allocation of money. The city is constantly pursuing additional federal funds to allow it to further expand these HHF zones to include more neighborhoods.

The Nuisance Abatement Program (NAP) boundaries indicate areas where the city has taken legal action against the owners of vacant properties to compel them to either fix up the house within six months, or transfer the title to the Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA), which will put them on a track for either auction or demolition, depending on the property’s condition. Federal HHF funds can be used only on structures owned by the DLBA.

Date Created

2016-05-10

Last Modified

2020-04-13

Version

2020-04-13

Update Frequency

Quarterly

Temporal Coverage

2019-2020

Spatial Coverage

City of Detroit

Source

John Snow Labs; Detroit Land Bank Authority;

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Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

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Keywords

Properties Demolitions, Demolition Contractor, Building Demolitions, Upcoming Demolitions, Residential Property for Demolition, Total Demolitions, Detroit Demolition Data

Other Titles

Upcoming Demolitions in Detroit, Property Contracted for Demolition

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
AddressAddress of the property which is to be demolishedstring-
Parcel_IDThe unique identifier assigned for record purposestring-
Contractor_NameName of the assigned contractor for demolitionstring-
PricePrice of the demolition in dollarsnumber-
Projected_Demolished_DateProperty demolished datedate-
Is_Commercial_BuildingIs the demolished building is commercial (no = false, yes = true)boolean-
Council_DistrictThe Detroit City Council District of the locationintegerlevel : Nominal
LatitudeLatitude location of the propertynumber-
LongitudeLongitude location of the propertynumber-
NeighborhoodThe neighborhood of the location, using the neighborhood file on the city’s Open Data Portalstring-
AddressParcel IDContractor NamePriceProjected Demolished DateIs Commercial BuildingCouncil DistrictLatitudeLongitudeNeighborhood
8140 E Robinwood17004682Able Demolition138552015-02-23False342.431636-83.02141999999999Mount Olivet
6503 W Edsel Ford18002752Homrich91002016-07-21False642.335764000000005-83.12706800000001Claytown
5537 Moran13010287Dore & Associates Contracting, Inc300002019-06-05False542.373588-83.0352Poletown East
8148 E Robinwood17004681Adamo Group, Inc.415212020-01-09False342.431638-83.02129000000001Mount Olivet
6522 W Edsel Ford18002844Homrich91002016-05-19False642.336825-83.12822800000001Claytown
5525 Moran13010289Dore & Associates Contracting, Inc270002019-06-05False542.37344-83.035103Poletown East
6534 W Edsel Ford18002842Gayanga Co. LLC101252018-04-12False642.336746999999995-83.128424Claytown
3862 Fairview21042130Den-Man Contractors133502018-02-13False442.3787-82.98207099999999West End
8219 E Robinwood17004720Smalley231532019-07-05False342.43205-83.020498Mount Olivet
3178 E Alexandrine13002022Salenbien Trucking & Excavating Inc.113502016-04-22False542.361364-83.030039McDougall-Hunt
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