Ford Can Gain Urban Cred with Possible Detroit Train Station Purchase
"Millennial professional talent, including technical talent, is simply much more interested in urban authenticity," says Mark Muro of the Brookings Institution.
Bistro Set to Open in Detroit's Brush Park in May
"We have been looking for the right opportunity to join in the revitalization of Detroit," co-owner Brian Adelman tells The News.
'Like Wow:' Talk of Train Station Reuse by Ford Spurs 'Fingers Crossed' Optimism
A deal to redevelop the 500,000-square-foot Michigan Central Station owned by the Moroun family could come this spring, tipsters tell Crain's Detroit Business and The Detroit News.
Downtown Detroit's Siren Hotel Ready for Partial Debut Saturday
The 106-room, boutique hotel is in the Wurlitzer Building and neighboring 1515 Broadway building.
Video: Aaron Foley Talks About 'Propaganda' Versus What He Does for Detroit
"Now is the time to learn more about Detroit, to give Detroit a second chance," Aaron Foley, the city government's "chief storyteller," will say Tuesday in Austin.
It's Called Lovers Only, but a Burger Is All You Need to Be in the Mood For
"When it comes to branding, having a name that is a little polarizing and can make people think a certain way can be a good thing," says an owner. The restaurant opens Friday.
Video: Meet Melissa of The Lip Bar, Who Got a Shout During the State of City Address
Mayor Duggan mentioned during his speech that Melissa Butler got a $75,000 loan from Entrepreneurs of Color Fund to help produce a large lipstick order for Target stores.
Gilbert to Add Spring and Summer Pop-Up Markets Downtown
This past holiday season, more than 30 local pop-up businesses sold their wares in downtown Detroit in tents, booths and igloos.
A 'Bittersweet' Move: Detroit Loses Urban Visionary Chad Rochkind, Returning to NY
"I approached this city and my work with a deep and abiding love for this place and its people," posts the self-described "people's diplomat."
One of a Kind: 4 Restaurants in 1 Spot to Open in Downtown Detroit
A different type of dining experience comes to West Fort Street this fall.
Update: Big Sean and Emagine Have Name for New Detroit Movie Theater
The envisioned complex would have 1,000 to 1,300 seats. "There is no major movie theater in the city of Detroit — this makes no sense to me," Big Sean tells Crain's.
Detroit Dilemma: Developer Unsure How to Use Joe Louis Arena Site
The firm developing The Joe worries there may be too many hotels coming on line in Detroit. It's now suing the city, asking for more time to decide what to do.
Farmer's Hand in Detroit's Corktown Opening Cafe
The 24-seat restaurant is described as an "artisanal café specializing in seasonal, made-from-scratch comfort foods.