Hospital Demolition

Hospital Demolition

The Northville Psychiatric Hospital Has Come Down
Posted on 12/03/2018

A New Horizon for Northville Township

NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich., December 3, 2018 – Supervisor Nix is pleased to announce that on Friday, November 30, 2018, the Northville Psychiatric Hospital finally came down. The tall, nine-story building (with two floors below ground), was by far the largest at 252,174 sq. feet and was used for administrative purposes, patient wards and medical services. It was a long process but we are pleased that it has finally been taken down to grade level. The property has been one of the highest priorities for this Township since 
Supervisor Nix took office in 2012. “For years, these buildings have created blight and have been a significant drain on public safety resources.”

Supervisor Nix, the Township Board and Northville Township staff have worked tirelessly to make this happen and look forward to the future as we continue to progress through the Seven Mile Project.

Our Northville Township Public Safety team does want to remind you that is it is not safe or legal to enter the property and trespassers will be fined. 

For more information about the Seven Mile Property or other developments in Northville Township, please visit

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