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Michelle Goldchain is the former editor of Curbed DC, a real estate and development blog focused on the D.C. area. Born in D.C. and raised in Northern Virginia, Michelle joined Vox Media in October 2014. She is also the founder of Capital Women, a bi-monthly newsletter and podcast about influential, empowering women in Washington, D.C. Her bylines have been seen in, Recode, Racked, Eater DC, DCist, Washington City Paper, Street Sense, On Tap Magazine, Whurk Magazine, Quill Magazine, and Tagg Magazine. She has also been a guest on WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi Show, SiriusXM's Jennifer Hammond Show, and the "You, Me, Them, Everybody" podcast.

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Behold, the most expensive home on the market in Boston-Edison East.

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With gleaming hardwood floors, an in-ground pool, and wood accents throughout, this Detroit home is ready for its next homebuyer.

1844-constructed Michigan farmhouse with former dairy barn asks $374K

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Cranbrook Art Museum to feature modern designer Alexander Girard in new symposium

This often overlooked modern designer will be featured in a variety of upcoming events.

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Over a dozen artists will be featured.

Rosa Parks’s Detroit home is rebuilt in Berlin

The artist behind the rebuilt home hopes to sell it to an art institution with all profits going to the Rosa Parks Family Foundation.

Interactive map shows what Detroit noise levels look like

This map uses aircraft and road noise inventory data to determine the average decibel levels throughout the country.