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Patrick Dunn

Patrick Dunn is the managing editor of Concentrate and an Ann Arbor-based freelance writer for numerous publications. Follow him on Twitter @patrickdunnhere.

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Jefferson Chalmers Historic Business District

Detroit's next hot commercial corridor: Jefferson Chalmers plots a comeback

In the first of a new series on looking at Detroit's next hot commercial corridors, we examine Jefferson Chalmers, a district with a lot of potential and new businesses, but also its share of challenges.

Feodies Shipp III at U of M Detroit Center

Do Ann Arbor and Detroit need stronger ties?

Though they're a mere 45-minute drive apart, Detroiters and Ann Arborites often talk about each other's cities as if there's a massive gulf between them. We examine connections between the two cities and how they can be leveraged to greater effect.

Cummings and Knoer in front of their office window in the Fisher Building looking down East Grand Boulevard

A neighborhood perspective: How The Platform is thinking differently about Detroit development

The Platform has a slightly unconventional philosophy in Detroit's current development scene: inclusivity. That means, primarily, respecting the character and residents of the neighborhoods the company develops in.

MDARD

Michigan's newest winemakers are following their passion -- and doing well

Michigan has 127 wineries and produces 2.5 million gallons of wine. This is the time of year when the state celebrates its wine makers and encourages tourists to visit as the wineries show their springtime colors.

Ford's Wagner development was first conceptualized by the ULI Larson Leadership program.

Collaborative real estate development program makes a difference across Metro Detroit

Urban Land Institute's unique leadership program brings together diverse viewpoints to study some of the region's most vexing development challenges.
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