The world-renowned urban art installation in Detroit's east side has met its fundraising goal for additional security.
Five houses in the Heidelberg Project were burned down in the last year - three remain.
The Project's effort to raise money for lighting, security cameras, and security patrols has exceeded its goal of $50,000. As of this writing, they've raised $51,330 in their online campaign.
There have been no arrests related to the fires dating back to May, but local and federal officials are investigating.
Tyree Guyton founded the project in 1986 as a response to urban decay in his neighborhood. The city initially attempted to stop the project by tearing buildings down, but once the area gained national and international attention, and attracted tourists, the city embraced the community art project.