General Motors Corp. is close to making moves on shuttered factories in Detroit and Flint, MI, continuing a strong reputation the automaker has earned over the past decade for successfully redeveloping old manufacturing sites. The automaker says it is close to selling its 81-year-old facility on Piquette Road in Detroit, which closed in December 1998 when GM sold its motorhome and commercial chassis operations to Workhorse Custom Chassis. And later this year, GM will begin demolition of a ...
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