In 2016, the city of Detroit’s Planning and Development Department, led by its director, Maurice Cox, began crafting plans in neighborhoods around the city.
Dan Gilbert has added another Woodward Avenue building to his ever-growing collection of downtown Detroit real estate.
The billionaire founder and chairman of Detroit-based Quicken Loans Inc. and Rock Ventures LLC has finalized the purchase of the Fowler Building at 1225 Woodward Ave. for an undisclosed price.
Two new skyscrapers will be constructed in Midtown just north of the Whole Foods at Woodward and Mack avenues. The project, dubbed The Mid, will be a pair of 25- and 30-floor buildings, making it the largest development north of Mack since the 1920s.
sbe, a leading international hospitality group that develops, manages and operates award-winning global hospitality brands, is proud to announce the debut of Temple Detroit, a House of Originals hotel, in collaboration with developer Byzantine Holdings and its partners Christos Moisides, David Sutherlandand Gretchen Carhartt Valade.
Three Detroit-based nonprofits have received $510,000 to expand their support for unemployed Detroit residents, in a push to arm them with the skills to secure positions in growing employment sectors.
The city of Detroit’s neighborhood development plans are pushing forward with visions for a new grocery store and renovated elementary school building in the Jefferson Chalmers area.
Much of the attention on Detroit’s development boom has been centered on Dan Gilbert’s many downtown projects—Little Caesars Arena and the District Detroit—and the new hotels and restaurants popping up.
JPMorgan Chase is committing $15 million for economic development in 10 Detroit neighborhoods targeted by the city’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund.
We know what you’re thinking—Detroit? But for every time you’ve had to tell an outsider, “No, Baltimore is not just The Wire,” there are that many good reasons to visit this equally underdog yet industrious Rust Belt city that birthed such American greats as the automobile and Motown.