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Making a Home in an Old Packard Plant

Despite the lack of niceties like heat or reliable running water (in colder months the pipes freeze), Mr. Hill said it’s been a blessing” living in the Packard plant (in Detroit’s East Side). It’s given me time to reflect on my life,” he said, adding, in reference to his two divorces and years as a heavy drinker: See where I went wrong. See if I can maybe change some parts of my life.” - Allan Hill

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