Officials say there was no health risk, but residents of Southwest Detroit are concerned.
You’re gonna wanna see inside this unassuming home.
MDOT informed the bus company that it will be ending its lease in October.
"Zoning Analytic" is the first major document released by the Planning Commission as part of the city’s rezoning process.
This home from 1924 has impressive details throughout.
This will be the company’s third and biggest in Detroit.
This home brings the outside in.
If you haven’t ridden the bus in a while (or ever), it’s time to start
The nonprofit makerspace is now renting an 11,000-square-foot floor in a building on Lorraine street.
The new owners of the French Colonial home look to put in an additional $300,000.
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A lot of work has gone into this home from 1925.
The Detroit Free Press reports that the city and state provided land and tax credits without adequate proof of financing.
Phase one of Elton Park consists of 151 apartment units, ground-floor retail, and an activated alley.
This Grinnell Place unit comes with private rooftop access.
The founder of Motown Records is investing in the legacy he created.
The downtown skyscraper will have retail, office, residential, and hospitality.
This nearly 8,000-square-foot home from 1917 has some impressive stonework.
The $5.4 million project will remove barriers on Bagley Street so that all forms of transit can use the road simultaneously.
The "444" is being developed by the same firm, Detroit Rising Development.
This tiny cottage in northwest Detroit was bought from the Detroit Land Bank for $1,000 earlier this year.
The "small" community for low-income residents is getting bigger.
The pedestrian-only space downtown will have more landscaping, plus playground equipment, a stage, and other upgrades.
It’s a real hole-in-one.
The zoo is currently on a "Green Journey" to improve the health and sustainability of its facilities.
The month-long festival organized by Design Core Detroit starts September 5.
This gem from 1913 just needs a little updating.
The Xfinity store on Woodward Avenue will also add 20 new employees.
Eat spaghetti and meatballs for breakfast and dinner at chef Kate Williams’ new all-day restaurant