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Sakthi to Invest $31 M in Former Detroit High School, Create Hundreds of New Jobs

Sakthi to Invest $31 M in Former Detroit High School, Create Hundreds of New Jobs

An abandoned high school in Southwest Detroit was selected by the U.S. subsidiary of Indian auto supplier Sakthi Group for a massive redevelopment project that will create hundreds of new jobs and—quite possibly on the long run—put Motorcity back on the American automotive industry map…

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Google Grows in Michigan

Google Grows in Michigan

Google Inc. plans to expand its footprint in Michigan by building a new corporate campus roughly 44 miles west from Detroit.…

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$35 Million Student Housing Complex Ready to Break Ground in Grand Rapids

$35 Million Student Housing Complex Ready to Break Ground in Grand Rapids

A new housing complex designed for college students will soon break ground in Grand Rapids.…

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SSS Pays Record Price for Large Self-Storage Portfolio in Michigan

SSS Pays Record Price for Large Self-Storage Portfolio in Michigan

The National Storage Centers, a 750,000-square-foot portfolio comprising of 12 self-storage facilities located across Michigan was sold last month at a record price.…

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Construction of Highly Anticipated Detroit Apartments to Begin June 11

Construction of Highly Anticipated Detroit Apartments to Begin June 11

One of Detroit’s most anticipated residential projects will finally break ground this summer, more than ten years since the first architectural renderings were sketched.…

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Dan Gilbert Snags One Detroit Center in $100 Million Deal, Ally Financial Moves In

Dan Gilbert Snags One Detroit Center in $100 Million Deal, Ally Financial Moves In

Dan Gilbert adds one million square feet of space to its real estate portfolio in Detroit One Detroit center, an iconic office tower on Woodward Avenue, is now officially part of the giant real estate empire owned by Detroit’s own Dan Gilbert, founder and chairman of Quicken Loans Inc. and…

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200 High-End Apartments, Retail Space Coming to Midtown Detroit

200 High-End Apartments, Retail Space Coming to Midtown Detroit

New renderings of a high-end mixed-use complex planned for Midtown Detroit have been unveiled by Broder & Sachse.…

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Detroit Getting First Luxury Apartment Building in 25 Years

Detroit Getting First Luxury Apartment Building in 25 Years

Downtown Detroit will soon see its first brand-new, mixed-use luxury apartment development in more than 25 years.…

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Expansion of Michigan’s Only Furniture Showing Progress

Expansion of Michigan’s Only Furniture Showing Progress

Back in October 2014 IKEA announced plans to consolidate its presence in Michigan area by expanding its 311,000-square-foot store in Canton Township, the company’s only furniture store in the state of Michigan.…

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Reanimated Townhome Project to Break Ground in Art Center This Spring

Reanimated Townhome Project to Break Ground in Art Center This Spring

A long-stalled residential project will finally break ground in the Art Center district of Midtown Detroit.…

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Auto Parts Supplier Announces Plans for New HQs in Suburban Detroit, Continues Growth in Saginaw

Auto Parts Supplier Announces Plans for New HQs in Suburban Detroit, Continues Growth in Saginaw

Once known as The Automotive Capital of the World, Motor City is now striving to regain its lost glory—or at least part of it.…

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Rainer Court Apartments Shine Bright after $6 Million Makeover

Rainer Court Apartments Shine Bright after $6 Million Makeover

A formerly neglected apartment community that’s part of the redevelopment boom in Midtown Detroit is just months away from reopening as market-rate housing for students and young professionals.…

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