A Call to Action: 'There Are Barriers to Growing Small Business in Detroit'
"We need . . . to be thinking about jobs for Detroit that create pathways to wealth," says Anika Goss-Foster, executive director of Detroit Future City.
Fisher Building Works to Become Hipper by Adding Artists
The landmark "has this incredible history around being the largest art object in Detroit," Abir Ali, director of design and culture for The Platform, tells Crain's.
Aretha Franklin's Retirement Plan: Move Back to Detroit and Open a Club
Aretha Franklin tells the Freep she's interested in partnering with Dan Gilbert's Bedrock.
Mayor Duggan Unveils 10-Point Plan for Detroit Neighborhoods
The plan includes doubling the rate of commercial demolitions. There are still far too many vacant, boarded-up commercial buildings on streets like Grand River.
Big Score for Downtown: Lululemon Comes in September
Lululemon joins other leading brands along Woodward Avenue, such as Nike, Under Armour, Moosejaw, John Varvatos Detroit and Warby Parker.
Gallery: Legendary Skateboarder Tony Hawk Helps Dedicate Park Downtown
The park will remain at the location until next year when Bedrock begins developing the Monroe blocks.
Pizza and Cupcake Shops Close in Midtown
"It has been an immense pleasure and honor to be able to serve you, the people of Midtown Detroit for the last 3 years!," says a sign on Detroit Pizza Company.
'Americana at its Best:' Michigan's Longest Garage Sale (in Miles) Runs Until Sunday
"It is Americana at its best." The garage sale runs along US-12 Heritage Trail, aka Michigan Avenue.
Construction Firm Extends Olive Branch to UFO Factory; Donates $15,000 to Fund
A public relations firm for Soave Enterprises calls the incident an accident.
Group Takes Diverse Photo Where Controversial Bedrock Poster Was Displayed
"It's a visual protest. We want the message to be strong and clear," says Nicole Small, an organizer of the new photo shoot showing a group far more diverse than Bedrock did.
Is it Finally Time to Develop the Detroit Train Station?
An increasing number of people have been touring the station to scout business opportunities, reports the Detroit Free Press.
At WeWork Shared Space, Some Days It's Bagels or Waffles
The 50 open seating spaces at WeWork on Woodward Avenue in Detroit sold out before opening, reports The Detroit News. So did private offices.
Video: Henry the Hatter's Sad Closing on Saturday: 'Nothing to Celebrate'
After 65 years at the same location, Henry Hatter lost its lease. The owner hopes to find another downtown spot.