Corktown Neighborhood Group Asks Big Things of Ford
The Corktown Neighborhood Advisory Council wants its new neighbor, the Ford Motor Co., to consider community needsand open its wallet.
Ford Will Replace More than 1,000 Train Station Windows
"The windows are not historically correct," says a spokeswoman for Ford Land Development Co.
'We’ve Made Progress Slow and Steady' -- Packard Plant Owner
Developers celebrate the progress of cleaning up the four-story administration building.
Kuzzo's Chicken & Waffles Will Expand to Second Detroit Spot
Owner Ronald Bartell said he's signed a five-year lease in a to-be-built development called The Woodward @ Midtown.
Supino Part II Coming to Detroit's New Center Area
Owner Dave Mancini buyys a building on the same block where Selden Standard's owners and Baobab Fare plan new eateries.
That Was Quick: Atomic Chicken in Detroit's New Center Calls it Quits After 13 Months
"We just couldn't wait any longer" for business in the area to pick up, co-owner Scott Moloney tells Crain's
Corktown Newcomer: Folk Serves Breakfasts (Mostly) and Lunches with Imaginative Flair
The menu leans to breakfast or brunch, though the Trumbull restaurant is open until 4 p.m.
Ford Plans to Spend Up to $740 Million on Detroit Corktown Campus
“We are excited by the opportunities that Ford’s investment in the train station and other key Corktown sites will bring," Ford says.
Jerk Chicken, Curry Goat: A Taste of the Caribbean Comes to Jefferson Chalmers Soon
Lester Gouvia launched a wildly popular Caribbean pop-up in 2014 and added a food truck in 2015.
Derderians Selling Downtown Detroit's Legendary Anchor After Nearly 60 Years
"Honestly I've never been more excited about a project," says new owner Zaid Elia.
Gilbert's Latest Detroit Skyline Change: 913 Residences at Brewster-Douglass Site
Plans call for 648 apartments and 265 for-sale units spread across approximately 22 acres and dozens of buildings. (Bedrock Detroit illustration)
Midland-Based Chemical Bank Moving to Detroit, Bringing About 500 Jobs
A mayoral tweet welcomes "Detroit’s new hometown bank to the city," an indirect slap at Comerica, which moved its headquarters from downtown to Dallas in 2007.
Detroit Auto Show Thaw: Switch to June in 2020
“Our show is undergoing its most significant transformation in the last three decades,” said Rod Alberts, executive director of the show.
Guest Column: 'There Has to Be a Better Way' to Serve Detroit Renters -- Greg Mudge
"The city should find a better way to take care of those who were here and loyal to Detroit when no one else seemed to care," writes the owner of Mudgie's in Corktown.
Freep Rips 'Banal to the Bone' Midtown Detroit Restaurant
The Brush Park newcomer has a "vanilla vision," food critic Mark Kurlyandchik says. Its corned beef hash with peppers (pictured) is $13 at weekend brunch.