Organized effort regarding the 7 houses on Fifth Avenue proposed to be torn down for a new development, City Place, proposed by developer Alex de Parry.
407 S. Fifth Ave: Queen Anne/Dutch Colonial style; 2,650 square feet.
411 S. Fifth Ave: Queen Anne style; 3,134 square feet.
415 S. Fifth Ave: Greek Revival style known as the Beakes House; 3608 square feet.
419 S. Fifth Ave: Queen Anne style; 2,726 square feet.
427 S. Fifth Ave: Victorian style; 4,051 square feet.
433 S. Fifth Ave: Greek Revival style; 3,214 square feet.
437 S. Fifth Ave: Vernacular; 1,951 square feet
- This home for $1? What's the catch?, Ann Arbor News, May 2008.
- Defend the Ann Arbor 7 Ann Arbor Mi., Historic Landmark architecture under attack and in imminent danger of demolition and destruction, Jeff Lamb, retrieved 8 Jan 2008.
- Seven, Seven for No No No Tomorrow, Ann Arbor is Overrated, retrieved 8 Jan 2008.