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Outlets of Michigan Nears Start of Construction

Outlets of Michigan Nears Start of Construction

More than six months after unveiling plans to build an open-air shopping center in Romulus, MI, New England Development took another step forward in this project.…

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$148 Million Lightweight Research Center Opens in Detroit

$148 Million Lightweight Research Center Opens in Detroit

A new innovation center officially opened in Corktown on January 15, marking another big step forward in Detroit’s drive to become a technology hub and lure back its lost manufacturing jobs.…

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Vacant Strathmore Hotel Gets New Life as Apartment Building

Vacant Strathmore Hotel Gets New Life as Apartment Building

One year after getting $3.5 million toward redevelopment from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), the reconstruction effort at Detroit’s long-time vacant Strathmore Hotel took another step forward.…

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Neudeck Building Changes Hands, Prepares for $6 Million Renovation

Neudeck Building Changes Hands, Prepares for $6 Million Renovation

A century-old office building in downtown Detroit, just two blocks away from the newly renovated David Whitney Building / Aloft Hotel, was recently sold to a real estate investment and management company.…

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$94M David Whitney Building Redevelopment Brings Apartments, Hotel to Detroit Hotspot

$94M David Whitney Building Redevelopment Brings Apartments, Hotel to Detroit Hotspot

The redevelopment of Detroit landmark The David Whitney Building is now complete, after more than three years in the making. Following an investment of $94.5 million, the now fully-renovated structure features 108 apartments at The Residences and a 136-key Aloft hotel.…

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Developers Selected for Tiger Stadium Site Redevelopment

Developers Selected for Tiger Stadium Site Redevelopment

The long-vacant site of the iconic Tiger Stadium is one step closer to be brought back to life as the Detroit Economic Development Corporation (DEDC), which is part of the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation (DEGC), announced the development team for the 9.5-acre property.…

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$17 Million Transformation of Shuttered Public Works Facility Envisions Retail, Community Space

$17 Million Transformation of Shuttered Public Works Facility Envisions Retail, Community Space

A former Department of Public Works building sitting vacant at the corner of West Vernor and Livernois in Southwest Detroit could see new life as a retail center and community space.…

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820 Monroe Avenue Joins 616 Lofts’ Wave of Adaptive Reuse Projects in Grand Rapids

820 Monroe Avenue Joins 616 Lofts’ Wave of Adaptive Reuse Projects in Grand Rapids

The plan to reconvert the former industrial site located at 820 Monroe Avenue in Grand Rapids into apartments and commercial space is just months away from becoming reality.…

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Shinola Expands Operations in Detroit with 2,000 Sq. Ft. Watch Dial Factory

Shinola Expands Operations in Detroit with 2,000 Sq. Ft. Watch Dial Factory

As Detroit struggles to emerge from bankruptcy, locally-based manufacturers and retailers such as Shinola are joining deep-pocketed investors inthe city’s revitalization efforts.…

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Emagine Entertainment Brings New Cinema Theater to Macomb Township

Emagine Entertainment Brings New Cinema Theater to Macomb Township

A Michigan-based entertainment company is set to open a new movie theater in Macomb Township by the end of the year.…

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Botsford Hospital Seeking Approval for $160 Million Expansion

Botsford Hospital Seeking Approval for $160 Million Expansion

After joining the Beaumont Health group of hospitals in September this year, Botsford Hospital plans to expand its campus in Farmington Hills by the end of 2015.…

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Fifth Third Bank Moves into One Woodward, Pledges $85 Million Toward Detroit’s Revitalization Efforts

Fifth Third Bank Moves into One Woodward, Pledges $85 Million Toward Detroit’s Revitalization Efforts

A Fortune 500 company and one of Michigan’s largest financial institutions announced plans to join the growing wave of businesses that populate the urban core of Detroit. Fifth Third Bank will relocate its regional eastern operations from its current headquarters in Southfield, MI, into Dan Gilbert’s One Woodward building.…

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