Want a $1.4-Million Corktown Loft? Here You Go
The 6th St Lofts were built in 1920 and was one of Detroit's first condominium conversion buildings for luxury loft living, the owners tout.
Ferndale's Anita's Kitchen Opening Downtown Detroit Spot
The new location will feature a counter service format focused on carryout for breakfast and lunch.
Hardware Store in Detroit's New Center Closing After 94 Years
Owned since the 1950s by two families, the store has had three generations take the helm.
Will Downtown Detroit Have Too Many Condos and Apartments?
"We’ve got a lot of room to run still," says one builder.
The Latest Burger Entry, Brome Modern Eatery, Opens Today in Downtown Detroit
Saturday's grand opening includes a 4-6 p.m. VIP reception and a public party from 6-8 p.m.
Popular Jamaican Restaurant Brings Jerk Chicken to Detroit's New Center Area
The Jamaican Pot is one of a small contingent of Jamaican restaurants thriving in Northwest Detroit.
Unkept Promises: The District Detroit Frustrates Neighborhood Leader Francis Grunow
The area around Little Caesar's Arena has fewer businesses and residents than when the Ilitiches moved in, with no new housing units or rehabs, advisory committee chair says.
Bold Idea: Turn Historic Fort Wayne into National Park
Proponents believe a law crafted by ex-U.S. Sen. Carl Levin would require the U.S. Department of Interior to grant park status if the city signs over the deed to the fort.
Critics Pounce on New York Times for 'Reverse Ruin Porn' Photo Essay on Detroit
"Detroit is more complex, frustrating, beautiful, and yes, even resilient than the national media makes it out to be," Curbed Detroit's editor says. A WSU urban planner is blunter.
Phase II of The District Detroit: 6 New Projects Total Nearly $200 Million
"This new investment puts the focus on the redevelopment of historic buildings while bringing high-demand retail and office space," says Chris Ilitch.
Ford in Talks to Buy Multiple Corktown Properties for a Campus
Ford is expected to confirm its intent to redevelop the dilapidated Michigan Central Station in Corktown next month, sources tell Crain's.
Motor City Match Winners Include a Vinyl Record Shop, Grocer and Bakery
"I couldn't be opening my business without the assistance of Motor City Match,” says Marlene Brooks of Dymond Designs Beauty School on East Jefferson Avenue.