Last Saturday, the nearly 130-year-old Del Bene building in Eastern Market suffered a partial collapse, injuring one. In response, the city quickly decided to demolish the building. On this Daily J, WWJ's Brian Fisher explores whether or not the commercial building is worth preserving, and why these historic structures mean so much to Detroit. (Credit: David Rodriguez Muno/USA Today)
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