(WXYZ) - The 7 Action News team is staying on the case of the Grand Lofts apartments.
Last week, two pipes burst causing the five-story converted warehouse to become an indoor rain forest.
A manager with the company promised to cover tenants' damage.
We're taking action for them again Monday as management had done nothing to start calculating their loss.
Was one of the broken pipes negligence? And what is management's response to City of Detroit Building and Safety officials saying proper permits were never obtained?
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