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16 Detroit spaces that take our breath away.
While coronavirus has us all indoors, here are a few ways you can have fun and engage with the city.
Here are 21 great ways to take in the city’s built environment and have fun.
The defining trend of the 2010s is undoubtedly the reclamation of Detroit’s vacant historic buildings.
From factories to Art Deco masterpieces to theaters, the Motor City has unique and historic options for saying, "I do."
Some of the best views in one of the best buildings in the city will cost you. This rental is going for $2,900 a month.
The Detroit Historical Society led the effort to restore this 1959 neon sign, which now faces Capitol Park.
We’ve narrowed down the choices and now it’s time to pick! Which is your favorite building?