Community members are being invited to hear future plans for the former Delphi East site in Flint. The property, which has been vacant since 2013, was recently sold to Wisconsin based Phoenix Investors for $3.15 million, according to a press release. “It will be great to have that eyesore cleaned up and become something useful,” said Eastside Coalition Chairman Clarence Campbell. No official plans have been made public as to what will be done with the site. “We’re having a meeting tonight to educate the people, to get their input, their questions, and to see what their ideas are of how to use that property,” Campbell said. According to the Phoenix Investors web site, the new owners have been in talks with possible tenants. The owners will be at Monday night’s meeting.
As reported on mlive.com: Flint News By Dominic Adams Buddy Julius, spokesman for Phoenix Investors, said his company has been in talks with multiple potential tenants. However, Julius declined to disclose what businesses his company was in discussions with or potential future uses for the site. He also declined to outline any potential time frame for finding a tenant for the facility. “We love that location,” he said. “We think tenants are going to, too.” The property, near Dort Highway and Robert T. Longway Boulevard, ... Read More