FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- A Flint manufacturing and office complex that includes a building constructed in the 1920s by the founder of General Motors and still houses his one-time office has been sold for nearly $2 million.
The 40-acre Great Lakes Technology Centre, as it's now known, was auctioned off in four parts Tuesday.
GM was founded in 1908 by Billy Durant. Auction company Williams & Williams says Durant's office is intact in a three-story building he built.
That building was part of a parcel that sold for $230,000. The Flint Journal reports it was bought by a representative of Insight Institute of Neurosurgery & Neuroscience, which previously leased space in the complex.
The three other parts were sold to others for between $885,000 and $350,000 each.