What do you know about 111 South Main, owned in 2015 by Louis Feigelson and on the City of Ann Arbor's Dangerous Buildings list because of structural damage?
Timeline: 111 South Main
November 18, 2015. Ann Arbor monitoring mold-infested downtown building. Ann Arbor News. "City records show the four-story, 116-year-old building is listed at 10,912 square feet, though its set up is complicated because a neighboring optometrist and bank share an entrance to the building, which includes enclosed stairwells and an elevator."
October 5, 2015. Ann Arbor takes action over decaying, mold-infested downtown building, Ann Arbor News. "At its Sept. 24 hearing, the Ann Arbor Building Board of Appeals tabled the case after the property owner, Louis Feigelson, said he intended to market the building. The Board gave Feigelson 30 days, but no matter who owns the property, the city will order it brought up to code or demolished."
September 24, 2015. Parcel is on the agenda of the Building Board of Appeals as a "dangerous building". File number 15-1190. Staff report indicates "large tree growing from the roof", "significant water damage to the structure". BBA decides to table until October because of a "technical glitch" in providing notice.