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Private Car Condos Project in Pontiac Ready to Break Ground as Developers Close on 80-Acre Construction Site

Private Car Condos Project in Pontiac Ready to Break Ground as Developers Close on 80-Acre Construction Site

More than one year after Birmingham-native and entrepreneur Brad Oleshansky announced plans to redevelop a vacant parcel in Pontiac, the project is now one step closer to becoming reality.…

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Detroit Joins Micro-Unit Development Wave with 180 Units at Shapero Hall Building

Detroit Joins Micro-Unit Development Wave with 180 Units at Shapero Hall Building

Two weeks passed since developers unveiled redesigned renderings of the dormant DuCharme Place and another redevelopment project is ready to kick off in Detroit’s Lafayette Park. Rumors surfaced recently that the long-vacant Shapero Hall building located at 1010 Rivard Street will be transformed apartments—and not any kind of apartments, but…

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Corktown’s $148 Million Lightweight Metals Research Hub Could Create 10,000 Jobs in the Region

Corktown’s $148 Million Lightweight Metals Research Hub Could Create 10,000 Jobs in the Region

Corktown—a symbol of the Irish-American community in the United States and Detroit’s oldest surviving neighborhood that is best known for its abandoned Michigan Central Station, the bygone Tiger Stadium and the annual St. Patrick’s Parade—is slowly making a comeback.…

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Stalled DuCharme Place Project in Lafayette Park to Reemerge as 185-Unit Residential Community

Stalled DuCharme Place Project in Lafayette Park to Reemerge as 185-Unit Residential Community

Ten years since architects came up with design plans for a town home community in Lafayette Park, the DuCharme Place residential project is ready to take off—this time with a scaled-down design and backed by a $5 million tax increment awarded by the Detroit Brownfield Redevelopment Authority.…

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Holland Home Announces $6.5 Million Expansion at Grand Rapids Senior Living and Rehab Centre

Holland Home Announces $6.5 Million Expansion at Grand Rapids Senior Living and Rehab Centre

Holland Home’s Rehabilitation and Living Centre in Grand Rapids will expand this year with a memory-care assisted living unit and a new rehabilitation center.…

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Old Fire Station in Downtown Detroit to Become The Foundation Hotel

Old Fire Station in Downtown Detroit to Become The Foundation Hotel

The former Detroit Fire Department headquarters building located across from Cobo Center will no longer be an eyesore for the city thanks to a Chicago-based hotel group who wants to revive the historic fire station.…

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Meijer Officially Breaks Ground on Second Store in Detroit

Meijer Officially Breaks Ground on Second Store in Detroit

The site of the former Redford High School located at the corner of Grand River Avenue and McNichols Roadis being redeveloped into a “supercenter” grocery store by Meijer Inc.…

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Developers Break Ground on 65,000 Sq. Ft. Retail and Restaurant Component at Northville Park Place

Developers Break Ground on 65,000 Sq. Ft. Retail and Restaurant Component at Northville Park Place

A groundbreaking ceremony held on June 25 at the corner of Haggerty and Seven Mile roads in Northville Township marked the beginning of construction of the second phase of a large retail, restaurant and mixed-use complex that’s taking shape on the site of the former State of Michigan Regional Psychiatric…

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Bank of Ann Arbor is Approved for $4.2 Million Expansion

Bank of Ann Arbor is Approved for $4.2 Million Expansion

The Ann Arbor city council unanimously approved a $4.2 million expansion project of the Bank of Ann Arbor Headquarters and Branch Office located at the northeast corner of South Fifth Avenue and East Washington Street.…

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A Wave of Shopping Centers Coming to Suburban Detroit in 2016

A Wave of Shopping Centers Coming to Suburban Detroit in 2016

New England Development is set to create an open-air retail center in Romulus, a small-sized suburban city located 23 miles from Detroit and roughly half an hour from the Canadian border. Two other outlet malls are scheduled to open in the townships of Chesterfield and Canton in 2016.…

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Bedrock, Riverfront Holdings Grab More Real Estate in Downtown Detroit

Bedrock, Riverfront Holdings Grab More Real Estate in Downtown Detroit

Riverfront Holdings Inc., a subsidiary of General Motors, grabbed four properties near the Detroit riverfront area and east of the Renaissance Center, while Dan Gilbert added two buildings and a vacant parking lot to his 8.2-square-foot real estate empire.…

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Detroit Marriott Enters Last Chapter of Year-Long, $30 Million Renovation Process

Detroit Marriott Enters Last Chapter of Year-Long, $30 Million Renovation Process

The $30 renovation project that kicked off earlier this year at the 1,329-room Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center is moving forward with a complex makeover of the hotel’s meeting space.…

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