If you need a little distraction, here’s some great writing about Detroit from the last few months.
The famous interviewer, writer, and actor who died this week spent his formative years in Detroit.
Staff for Edsel and Eleanor Ford once lived in this Albert Kahn–designed home.
Much-needed facade work will soon be done on the largest marble-clad commercial building in the world.
Here are 21 great ways to take in the city’s built environment and have fun.
The electric vehicle maker emphasized design for its fast growing workforce.
Exploring the little-known history of the architect of Detroit’s impactful relationship with the USSR.
Comes with not only period elements, but a "steampunk" kitchen.
The facade will be repurposed as an archway in the new Monroe Blocks development.
This 1905 home has the original blueprints and detailed land records dating back centuries.
Redevelopment of the 1931 building includes office and retail on the first floor, with 200 apartments above.
A prominent and abandoned Albert Kahn-designed bank building has undergone an extensive three-year renovation.
The office building was purchased two years ago in a $12.2 million auction deal.
Starting August 12, Pure Detroit will lead walking tours of the iconic site, which is currently undergoing its first phase of redevelopment.
During a special tour, we had rooftop access to the Masonic Temple.
Faith communities are working together to restore this 1922 Albert Kahn gem and turn it into a place of reconciliation and healing.
This 9,290-square-foot home, built in 1909, listed for a massive $890,000 after an extensive remodel. It sold in 11 days for $850,000.