Eastern Market building housing Supino Pizzeria catches fire; extent of damage unknown

The upstairs of the building that houses Supino Pizzeria in Detroit's Eastern Market caught on fire Monday afternoon.

Crews battled a fire in the space above the pizza restaurant on Russell and the Fisher Service Drive as flames shot out of the window.

There were 9 units upstairs with shared office space and the fire has displaced all of them, according to those at the scene. 

The building was renovated 6 years ago and the building was built in 1916 according to the management company.

That upstairs space is for lease, according to a sign on the building.

The cause of the fire and the extent of the damage is unknown.

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