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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.
From exploring Campus Martius to checking out the wildlife at the Detroit Zoo, here are 20 places to take the kids right now.
Looking to explore the Motor City? Here are 26 places to visit, including parks, museums, and incredible architecture.
The renewal would be two years ahead of when it was set to expire.
From the Fisher Building to the Guardian Building, here are 20 of the most iconic buildings in the Motor City.
From new hotels to future skyscrapers to residential redevelopments, here are some of the biggest developments underway in Detroit right now.
The ambitious plan could cost up to $85 million and take 10 years to complete
From museums to hotels to conservatories to old auto plants, the Motor City is full of spectacular places to get married.
Three finalists will be on hand for public feedback on October 10.
The first Detroit Art Week runs from July 20-22 as a celebration of contemporary art in Detroit.
The three finalists will present their ideas for the cultural plaza redesign early next year.
Design firms from France, New York, Boston, Detroit, and more will present to a jury and the public in June.
The Detroit Institute of Arts and Midtown Detroit Inc. are holding a design competition to utilize the DIA’s outdoor space and create connections between the surrounding institutions.
"Star Wars and the Power of Costume" will bring over 60 original movie costumes, plus design sketches, to the Detroit Institute of Arts in this special exhibit May 20-September 30.
From parks to sporting venues to theaters, here are the top Instagrammed spots of the year in Detroit.
The Dutch designer has also worked on gardens at Millennium Park in Chicago and the High Line in New York.
From film to tours to art exhibits, there are a variety of ways to commemorate and learn more about the 1967 civil unrest in Detroit.
Curbed’s video team recently stopped by the world class Detroit Institute of Arts, capturing the iconic Detroit Industry murals, a 16th-century Gothic chapel, and more.
Detroit landed right between Hamburg, Germany and Tijuana in the New York Times annual list of places to visit in the world.
Thalassa will be in the Great Hall until March 19