Detroit Blight Authority prepares for another demolition blitz, chairman says at Mackinac Policy Conference - M Live

The Detroit Blight Authority will announce the next area to be targeted in a demolition blitz within the next month, the nonprofit's chairman said Wednesday at the Mackinac Policy Conference.

Bill Pulte sets sights on feds' $100 million for Detroit Blight Authority

Bill Pulte hopes his nonprofit Detroit Blight Authority will receive a bulk of the $100 million in federal dollars for blight demolition announced Thursday.

Rebuilding Detroit by tearing it down

Ten blocks of vacant and derelict houses in Detroit were wiped out in February, and another 15 blocks will be bulldozed this month. Such mass demolition is an emerging strategy in American cities plagued with blight: The only way to rebuild is to destroy first.

In Detroit, a nonprofit fights urban blight - CS Monitor

The nonprofit Detroit Blight Authority is helping to pay to tear down abandoned buildings and clear away debris to make the city cleaner and safer.

Detroit Blight Authority cuts cost of demolition nearly in half as it looks to clean up the city

Bill Pulte read a news article last year about a girl who was afraid walking to school everyday because of the blight in her neighborhood, and he decided to do something about it

Pulte leads nonprofit Detroit Blight Authority to clear city of vacant buildings

Detroit Blight Authority plans 2 new projects

Two new Detroit Blight Authority project areas are to be announced Monday morning in a news conference with Bill Pulte, the nonprofit's founder and chairman. U.S. Sen. Carl Levin will join Pulte for the announcement.