The 3.2-acre portion of the RiverWalk will be open any day.
This pastel-infused home in the Hotel Regency style is fascinating, but needs updating.
The six-unit building contains a penthouse going for $1.57 million.
The Principal Residence Exemption is an easy way for homeowners to save money. But lax enforcement allows others to take advantage of it.
Experts agree that the housing market is on much firmer footing than it was in 2008.
Northland Gardens and Plumbrooke Estates are likely to soon be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This wild house is being sold with everything in it, including two custom-built cars.
Construction on North Corktown 11 will begin soon and has a summer 2020 completion date.
And why implementation will likely hinge on resident support.
The world’s largest one-day car event rolls down Woodward Avenue on Saturday, August 17.
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Site activations outside WSU’s new Industry Innovation Center signal next steps for the area.
Demolition started Monday on the Cass Corridor building, which caught fire in July.
It’s part of a $17-million expansion that will add 90,000 square feet of office space.
A program meant to put properties back on the tax rolls may result in more evictions.
If you’re getting out of southeast Michigan, start with these quaint and jaw-dropping options.
Check out the great Victorian features.
An analysis found that metro Detroit accounted for 1.73 percent of all job growth nationally.
Developers for the Islandview townhomes hired locally and renovated a neighbor’s unit for free.
Construction had been stalled for over a year on the $150 million, nine-story building.
The study found an 11 percent drop in homicides and injuries caused by firearms in areas with demolitions.
The Colonial belongs to the first African-American woman from Michigan elected to Congress.
Patterson, who held the office for 26 years, was known for his pro-business policies and criticisms of Detroit.
The Bedrock and Quicken Loans founder made his most public appearance to date since suffering a stroke in May.
This Art Moderne curiosity faces Lake Saint Claire
The city is scrambling to help out businesses affected by the streetscaping.
The Southeast Michigan transit agencies will buy six buses and build charging infrastructure.