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The Pontiac Silverdome will be demolished in the next several months under an agreement reached between the city and the stadium's ownership group.

If it comes to fruition, it would mark the next major step in finding a new use for the 127.5-acre site that used to host tens of thousands of Detroit Lions fans when the team played there until moving to Ford Field downtown in 2002. The stadium has been filmed and photographed strewn with debris and is generally considered an eyesore in the city of 60,000 people.

A specific demolition timeframe has not been established, but Mayor Deirdre Waterman said Tuesday afternoon that the consent agreement reached requires that the Toronto-based owners Triple Properties Inc. retain a demolition contractor by May 12 and present a scope of work to the city by June 9.

"They have several options on how they take it down," she said. "Implosion is probably one of the chosen ways."
"We are hoping that by having this kind of settlement agreement that the process for the demolition of the Silverdome property will be as least injurious as possible, but also that it will pave the way for the best economic use and redevelopment. It was an iconic structure during the heydays."

Andreas Apostolopoulos, CEO of Triple Investment Group, said in a press release that the company has

"reached a point where we must say goodbye to what was once one of the world's greatest venues."
"As we say goodbye to an iconic place that was the setting for so many great memories, we put in place new development opportunities for one of the most unique properties in our nation."

Last month, the city sued Toronto-based Triple Properties Inc., which purchased the Silverdome at auction from the city in 2009 for $583,000, just 1.05 percent of the total 1975 construction cost of $55.7 million. The city alleges violations of building and safety codes, as well as illegal storage of vehicles.

In a statement, city attorney Travis Mihelick said that "despite the best efforts and intentions of everyone involved, the facility reached a point where the city believed it presented safety risks. It has also become a destination for vandalism and mischief."

"The city is satisfied with the judgment and believes the measures taken will not only make the property safer, but also more aesthetically attractive. Most importantly, we all believe it will be even more development-ready when the next opportunity emerges."

The owners have said for more than a year that it would demolish the 80,311-seat stadium.

Mihelick said in a press release that the judgment "ongoing security and safety measures, regular meetings regarding redevelopment efforts and city oversight of demolition activities."

Citations and other legal action will not be pursued as long as Triple Properties complies with the court agreement, the press release says.

In October 2015, a redevelopment possibility included: