A Chicago developer, William Hults, is looking to buy Detroit's Packard Plant. He is negotiating to pay the back taxes on the facility which are topping around $1,000,000. “We’re revitalizers,” Hults said Wednesday. “We go into urban areas, some good, some not so good, mostly not so good, and will bring in everything that they need to do bring that area back to livable conditions.” Hults is a real estate broker and manufacture of precast concrete panels. He develops housing in distressed urban neighborhoods. He found the Packard Plant 15 months ago when his brother showed it to him. Maybe Mr. Hults will find a need for SET Systems while trying to rebuild this iconic building. While this project will be both challenging and very expensive, it could be another leap in the restructuring of Detroit. Stay tuned to find out more information on Hults project and to see if SET will be there to help!