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Michigan's highway: The future of Michigan Avenue, our state's most important road
Monday, April 03, 2017
In part three of our series on Michigan's highway, we look at the people and projects that will result in massive changes to the buildings, the infrastructure, and the very way we use Michigan Avenue.
Opinion: Detroit needs to preserve the cultural integrity of its black neighborhoods
Tuesday, February 07, 2017
In areas where development has been the greatest, many black people have found themselves "pushed to the margins." That's why, argues Lauren Hood, Detroit needs more neighborhoods where those shaping the vision are black.
Retro Vision: Warby Parker helps reimagine an iconic downtown mural
Monday, February 06, 2017
In designing their downtown store, Warby Parker invited 82-year old Detroit artist David Rubello to reimagine his 1973 mural "Color Cubes"—a public artwork that was lost in 2014.
7 of the most exciting developments in Detroit for 2017
Monday, January 16, 2017
As we step into 2017, let's take a look at some of the development news stories that are sure to influence the way we think about and interact with the city of Detroit.
Two community benefits ordinances in Detroit set for ballot battle
Monday, October 31, 2016
Two bills on this year's ballot could establish a community benefits ordinance in Detroit. Nina Ignaczak delves into what that might mean for the city and the differences between the two.
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Detroit-based web series broadcasts from downtown, focuses on celebs and sneakerheads
Knight and Fisher Foundations grant $250,000 to nearly 40 community groups throughout Detroit
March development news round-up: Detroit Riverfront takes center stage
Small business program encourages entrepreneurs to apply for financial and educational assistance
Corktown-based bicycle shop to open second location in West Village
Rock and roll pie shop re-opens in Detroit with own space
Michigan Urban Farming Initiative seeks funds to build America's first sustainable "agrihood"
Historic building preservation and restoration open house scheduled at Hug Factory in Eastern Market
Days before an RFP deadline, Gilbert makes one last play for downtown site of stalled county jail
$550M committed to private equity fund for Detroit-based Huron Capital Partners
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Developers buy four New Center buildings for $3.1M
Source: Crain's Detroit Business
185-unit apartment complex set to open soon in Lafayette Park
Source: Multifamily Executive
Future Grandmont-Rosedale food hall could be huge boon for neighborhood
Source: Next City
Bedrock gives sneak peak of units in their micro-apartment building
Source: Curbed Detroit
Fitzgerald community meeting brings community, city together
BizGrid Live! event to increase connection between entrepreneurs and service providers
City of Detroit to develop two large, vacant Midtown sites; will include low-income housing
Source: City of Detroit
New pilot program could rewrite zoning codes for the better
Source: The Detroit News
National business leaders bullish on Detroit, Kresge report indicates
Source: The Kresge Foundation
Small businesses multiply, crime declines along Jefferson Avenue corridor
Source: Crain's Detroit Business
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