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Detroit’s grandest transit depot has an exciting future, but here’s what it looked like in its heyday.
Some residents and members of city council feel the Community Benefits Ordinance isn’t working—and are proposing changes.
Here are 22 big residential projects underway in Detroit right now.
With speculation that they’ll demo the Bel Air shopping center, it’s worth reviewing the family’s worst exploits.
Who could have seen this coming in 2010?
The defining trend of the 2010s is undoubtedly the reclamation of Detroit’s vacant historic buildings.
From the Fisher Building to the Guardian Building, here are 20 of the most iconic buildings in the Motor City.
We got in touch with the couple looking to resurrect the old market, demolished in the mid-1960s.
Once doomed, these incredible pieces of Detroit architecture have been saved.
Plus, other updates from Ford’s first community meeting.
The first phase of construction is underway at the old train station, as Ford has started work protecting the building from the elements.
Ford opened the Grand Lobby for trick-or-treaters this Halloween.
A light show dazzles over Corktown as Ford hosts a haunted house for the neighborhood on Halloween.
Graffiti that lined the walls of the old train station has been turned into a line of jewelry.
Ford has confirmed that they’ll replace the windows that were installed in 2015 in the old train station.
This includes the acquisition and renovation of the train station and the book depository, construction of a new building, and constructing two new parking decks.
Ford is looking for lighting, hardware, or clocks from the train station. Do you have them? If so, here’s your chance to give them back.
A stolen clock is returned, movie theater rumors, the international architecture firm designing the transformation, and more.
Try to imagine a penthouse atop Michigan Central Station.
The main floor will be open to the public Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The special premiering on History will document the rise, fall, and comeback of Detroit and Michigan Central Station.
Ford is about to start a four-year restoration of the iconic building. Here’s what it looks like right now.
In the company’s celebration at Michigan Central Station, Ford emphasized connections through the region from Detroit to Ann Arbor.
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The auto maker has moved employees into an old building in Corktown, and they’re reportedly in talks to take over Michigan Central Station.
News about Ford’s acquisition of Michigan Central Station and its Detroit campus is coming in fast. Here’s what we know so far.
Since it opened in 1913, Michigan Central Station has often been the way Detroit made its first impression.
In the future, the lobby will become a place where the community can gather. Ford will host an open house to see the lobby pre-renovation June 22-24.
Ford is coming back to Detroit in a big way.
The Morouns have transferred ownership of Michigan Central Station.
Crain’s reports that Ford Motor Company is in discussions to buy and redevelop the long-vacant building in Detroit.
[Photo by flying_plastic_bag on Instagram]. The old train depot put on a colorful show Tuesday night as it prepares to host its first event in decades.
A train depot being used for passenger trains? Matthew Moroun would like to see it happen again.
Detroit Homecoming, an annual event for ex-pats, will host a signature event at Michigan Central Station in hopes of sparking investment and development of the iconic building.
An essay from Chad Rochkind, Executive Director of Corktown Economic Development Corporation.
Nolan Finley suggests that there are rumors and discussions about moving the courts into the old train station and building a jail behind, replacing the unfinished fail jail on Gratiot.