After 25 Years, Detroit's climate has taken it's toll on the city's downtown skyscrapers. The atrium in the center tower has accumulated dirt, and has attracted animals. The non-native palm trees quickly died and were replaced by native trees.
After 150 years, the harsh Detroit climate: Wind, Snow and ice, hot summers, finally bring the steel and glass of the tallest building in Michigan and the headquarters of General Motors to the ground
After 200 years, the rest of the buildings have collapsed leaving the heart of the motor city no more.