(WXYZ) — The Palace of Auburn Hills is no longer standing. After more than 30 years, what was left of the former home of the Detroit Pistons was imploded Saturday morning.
Demolition on the facility began in March.
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There are plans to turn the space into offices for research and technology.
The Palace property was sold in June of 2019. The buyer is a joint venture between Schostak Brothers & Company, which is a real estate development firm based in Livonia, and Detroit Pistons Owner Tom Gores.
The sale came after Oakland County turned down an opportunity to buy the property.