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Bedrock Real Estate to spend an estimated $400 million on restoration of Book Tower

In one of the more surprising stories about redevelopment in a city full of them, the Book Tower and Book Building will get an estimated $400 million worth of restoration, according to a recent Crain's Detroit Business article.

In surprising turn, classic Detroit venue may reopen

Since closing in 1988, the Vanity Ballroom has been nearly scrapped bare. But east side developers are hopeful they can revive the art deco beauty. 

Article explores overlooked beauty of east riverfront housing

Titled "Strait Outta Downtown," the article profiles apartments and houses in The Jeffersonian, "a 30-story, 410-unit midcentury masterpiece," and the Joseph Berry Subdivision.

Fort Street drawbridge over Rouge River reopens

After being closed for 2.5 years while receiving $46 million in repairs, the Fort Street drawbridge over the Rouge River is once again open to traffic.

Lafayette Park receives National Historic Landmark status

The largest collection of buildings by famed German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is located in Detroit's Lafayette Park neighborhood just east of downtown.

RIP Park Avenue Hotel, 1924-2015

Watch 91 years of history implode in seconds.

Tour homes in two of Detroit's most iconic historic neighborhoods, Corktown and Palmer Woods

This summer, historic homes in two of Detroit's most iconic neighborhoods, Palmer Woods and Corktown, will open to the public thanks to a concert series and a home and garden tour.

Detroit Modernism Week kicks off April 16

Starting April 16, Detroit Modernism Week, the first 10-day period "structured around events celebrating the Detroit area's 20th century modernist architecture," will salute Michigan's contributions to the Modern Movement.

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