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Newly Renovated Federal Reserve Building to Become Home for Michigan’s Top Newspapers

Newly Renovated Federal Reserve Building to Become Home for Michigan’s Top Newspapers

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The former Federal Reserve Building located at 160 W. Fort Street in the heart of downtown Detroit will soon welcome three new tenants, according to the Detroit News. Citing a company-wide email sent by Detroit Media Partnership CEO Joyce Jenereaux, the source reports that the…

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Walsh College to Start $15 Million Renovation and Expansion Project

Walsh College to Start $15 Million Renovation and Expansion Project

A private college in suburban Detroit will embark on an 18-month renovation and expansion that will enhance campus-life experience. The Walsh College Board of Trustees recently approved the $15 million improvement project at the college’s existing campus building that was built in the 1970s.…

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110-Room Hotel and Retail Project Coming to Downtown Ann Arbor

110-Room Hotel and Retail Project Coming to Downtown Ann Arbor

A new hotel is set to rise on a 0.48-acre site at the corner of Huron and Ashley streets in downtown Ann Arbor is the development team receives the green light from the Planning Commission and City Council.…

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Downtown Detroit Goes Residential: City Approves First Apartment Projects in Two Decades

Downtown Detroit Goes Residential: City Approves First Apartment Projects in Two Decades

As predicted in a market report that Multi-Housing News Online published recently, things are looking up for Detroit’s housing market. Two new apartment projects were approved by the city’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) which is part of the Detroit Economic Growth Corp (DEGC), marking the first residential buildings to be…

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Detroit Launches RFP for Housing, Office and Retail Project at Old Tiger Stadium Site

Detroit Launches RFP for Housing, Office and Retail Project at Old Tiger Stadium Site

Detroit officials have big plans for Corktown, one of the oldest residential areas in the city and a symbol of the Irish-American community in the region. The site of the Tiger Stadium, the neighborhood’s most famous attractions—or what’s left of it, as the place was demolished in 2008—is about to…

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Developers Add More Housing Units to Growing Midtown Detroit

Developers Add More Housing Units to Growing Midtown Detroit

A Bingham Farms-based real estate management and development company will soon add twelve apartment buildings in the southwest corner of Midtown Detroit as another private developer is ready to commence renovations at the abandoned Tushiya United Hebrew School located on the 600 block of E. Kirby Street.…

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$11.4 Million Renovation Plan Promises New Life to U-M’s Former Nuclear Building

$11.4 Million Renovation Plan Promises New Life to U-M’s Former Nuclear Building

Ten years after beginning to decommission the Ford Nuclear Reactor, the University of Michigan (U-M) is preparing for a multi-million dollar renovation and expansion of the four-story building that is now entirely free of radiation.…

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CWD Real Estate Has Plans for New Hotel in Downtown Grand Rapids

CWD Real Estate Has Plans for New Hotel in Downtown Grand Rapids

With business going strong in the Grand Rapids area, the demand of more hotel space is growing as well. A new hotel project was announced earlier this month by CWD Real Estate Investment, the city’s largest real estate investment and property management firm.…

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New Kellogg Service Center to create 600 Jobs in Grand Rapids

New Kellogg Service Center to create 600 Jobs in Grand Rapids

Kellogg, the multinational cereal maker headquartered in Battle Creek, MI, announced plans for a regional service center in Grand Rapids that is part of the company’s four-year restructuring and efficiency program known as “Project K”.…

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Job Growth, Increased Apartment Demand Expected to Revitalize Detroit

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Job Growth, Increased Apartment Demand Expected to Revitalize Detroit

Detroit may be bankrupt, but its thriving real estate market could be a veritable lifebelt leading to the city’s recovery.…

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Friedman-led JV Grabs 430 KSF at Arboretum Office Park

Friedman-led JV Grabs 430 KSF at Arboretum Office Park

Arboretum Office Park, a 600,000-square-foot business complex located at 34405-34605 W. Twelve Mile Road in Farmington Hills, was almost fully sold to a private partnership called Arboretum Acquisitions LLC.…

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New Emergency Department Opens at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital

New Emergency Department Opens at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital

Detroit Medical Center (DMC) Sinai-Grace Hospital recently unveiled its brand new Emergency Department facility in northwest Detroit--a long overdue hospital addition that took two years to complete.…

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