Gilbert Plans to Submit Bid for Amazon HQ on Thursday
The Detroit-Windsor proposal is getting regional support from leaders of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties as well as Flint and Genesee County, Crain's reports.
DMC Moves to Build Sports Medicine Facility for Wings and Tigers
The new faciilty could be between Little Caesars Arena to the south and WSU's Mike Ilitch School of Business to the north, Crain's reports.
Video: A Detroit Coffee Shop Owner Feels the Pinch of Competition Downtown
Josh Greenwood, owner of Urban Bean Co. coffee shop on Griswold says too many coffee shops are popping up downtown.
Guest Commentary: 'Tax-Paying Detroiters Kind of Get the Short Stick'
"People have to take ownership of their community and own their block," writes west-sider Lynnette Bowens, a lifelong Detroiter.
Guest Commentary: 'My Family and I Feel Excluded from the Revitalization'
"Nobody asked us if we wanted a new hockey stadium in the middle of the city," writes Wayne State graduate Sajeda Ahmed. "We're not getting the services we're entitled to have."
Largest Detroit Private Home Brings $2.5 Million+
The seller is Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Great Faith Ministries International, president and founder of the Impact Network, who bought the home from Detroit Piston John Salley.
Former Partner in Gold Cash Gold Opening 'Loverboy' Burgers in Downtown Detroit
"There's a lot of national burger places here...They're all good products in their own right. But there's not a place that's locally owned and operated," says Eli Boyer.
High-Rise Apartments, Restaurant Could Go Up After Joe Louis Arena Razed
"There is no question that you can accommodate residential, retail and commercial all mixed together," says Maurice Cox, Detroit planning director.
It's Back: Renovated Detroit Club in Downtown May Open By January
Three years ago a flood destroyed the interior of the vacant building.
Google Making Move from B'ham to Downtown Detroit
"There's so much energy in this city — so much creativity, innovation and hard work," says Danielle Russell, head of Google Detroit.
Where Are the Women of Color in Detroit's Recovery?
Only half of the nearly 500 women of color surveyed — 34 percent of whom hold at least one college degree — earn a living wage, a new study says.
Outrageous: 300% Rent Hike Could Spell Doom for Midtown Café
Rent for Ms. Ruth's Catering at Hannan Café may jump from $1,750 to $7,000.
Dan Gilbert Tells Why Detroit Is Amazon's Best Bet
"You get a chance to come to a city that is not just a city but represents two countries."
Henry the Hatter to Show Off New Eastern Market Shop
Owner Paul Wasserman will do interviews at 2472 Riopelle St. in Eastern Market.