Detroit Development Projects, Real Estate Investments Are Booming In 2013

Detroit Development Projects, Real Estate Investments Are Booming In 2013

June 6, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Midtown has arguably become Detroit’s most successful — and talked about — district for new commercial and real estate ventures. Mixed-use projects like The Auburn apartments and Willys Overland Lofts are filling their ground floors with new retail ventures, and new construction is ramping up at sites like the former Stone Pool Park, slated to […]

DNR expects a million visitors a year to Detroit riverfront discovery center

DNR expects a million visitors a year to Detroit riverfront discovery center

May 22, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Artists rendering of the Milliken State Park Interpretive Center to be located in the historic Globe Building on Detroit’s east riverfront. / Detroit Economic Development Corp. By John Gallagher Detroit Free Press Business Writer The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said this morning it anticipates as many as a million visitors a year coming to […]

In One Home, a Mighty City’s Rise and Fall

In One Home, a Mighty City’s Rise and Fall

September 26, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By MICHAEL M. PHILLIPS DETROIT — On a grassy lot on a quiet block on a graceful boulevard stands the answer to a perplexing question: Why does the typical house in Detroit sell for $7,100? The brick-and-stucco home at 1626 W. Boston Blvd. has watched almost a century of Detroit’s ups and downs, through industrial […]