Exploring Americas Outback Adventure #4: “Abandoned Dwellings”

Whole Subdivision of Abandoned McMansions

BackyardExploration

Published on Jun 18, 2017

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This was supposed to be a $1.6 billion project with vacation homes, a resort hotel, golf course, and the second largest indoor water park in the country. Unfortunately, construction began one year before the great recession of 2007, and the project was abandoned in 2009. The failure of this project saw that two individuals were sentenced to 5 year jail terms for committing bank fraud.<

ABANDONED APARTMENT BUILDING *EVERYTHING LEFT BEHIND*

RnK All Day

Published on Jun 13, 2017

Robb, Kristy and 4EC PHOTOGRAPHY Explore an ABANDONED APARTMENT BUILDING with everyones belongings left behind. This was a crazy spot that was taken out by fire and no one was allowed back to retrieve their possessions


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Exploring an Abandoned Neighborhood

The Proper People

Published on Apr 13, 2016

Today we’re exploring the abandoned Greenleaf Subdivision near Dawsonville Georgia. The homes in the community were abandoned after it was discovered that the entire development was a mortgage fraud scheme. What’s left of the neighborhood now looks like a creepy apocalyptic ghost town.

Published on Apr 13, 2016
Today we’re exploring the abandoned Greenleaf Subdivision near Dawsonville Georgia. The homes in the community were abandoned after it was discovered that the entire development was a mortgage fraud scheme. What’s left of the neighborhood now looks like a creepy apocalyptic ghost town.

Urban Exploration: Abandoned Subdivision Florida

Published on Apr 20, 2015

Hello everyone! This video features a video exploration of an abandoned subdivision in West Central Florida known as Hillside Estates, a housing project. The project consists of 90 units built in the 1970s. According to media sources, several past board members of the Brooksville Housing Authority were misusing funds provided to them by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development as well as not following policy guidelines. They couldn’t afford to keep up with the ongoing maintenance and repairs to the homes forcing the residents to relocate with rental vouchers. Because only so many vouchers could be released at one time, there was a staggered exodus from the properties. The residents starting moving out in September of 2012 with everyone expected to be gone by December 2012. Below is a link of one of the news articles that paints more detail:

ABANDONED 70’S VINTAGE MOTEL *UNTOUCHED*

RnK All Day  Published on Jun 20, 2017

RnK & 4EC PHOTOGRAPHY hit up an ABANDONED UNTOUCHED 70’S MOTEL

And that’s just the beginnig. Checxk YouTube yourself and you’ll find hundreds of videos like these.  And it’s a shame when we also have abandoned. . .

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