Detroit Construction News
Coronavirus has put all nonessential activities on hold—including construction.
Plus, a boutique hotel may be built in Corktown.
Pre-leasing has begun for The Flats at 2660 John R, which is expected to open in April.
After years of delay, work has finally begun on the nearly 100-year-old building in the District Detroit.
Pending city council approval, construction should begin in May.
From the Pistons Training Facility to rehabs of older buildings, here’s a look at what’s taking shape
Once hailed as the largest development north of Mack in years, the multi-building project is scrapping condos and undergoing a redesign.
At the new City Club Apartments, a deal with the city will keep 20 percent of the 202 units affordable.
From skyscrapers to jails, here are 11 of the biggest projects in the works from Bedrock.
Due to rising construction costs, the East Jefferson project will now just have a small-scale Meijer.
The mayor had hoped to use the funds to eliminate all residential blight by 2025
Phase one of the project will add over 200 housing units, plus retail and amenities.
Next Cities bought the building last year for $2.1 million.
The six-story hotel, which will also have an upscale restaurant and other amenities, is slated for a late-2020 opening.
All the latest news about the 1.5-mile international crossing.
It’s part of the venue’s $1 million renovations that began last year.
Multiple owners have reported declining sales since construction started this summer.
The three-tower apartment complex at Anthony Wayne Drive adds 841 beds and ground-floor retail.
The building failed to get historic designation status at an October 1 session of Detroit City Council.
Despite adding lanes in each direction, MDOT says the new plan will result in less displacement
It’s also halfway to its total funding goal.
The $5.4 million project will remove barriers on Bagley Street so that all forms of transit can use the road simultaneously.
The pedestrian-only space downtown will have more landscaping, plus playground equipment, a stage, and other upgrades.
Construction on Livernois Avenue has been tough on local businesses. Here’s how you can help.
The 3.2-acre portion of the RiverWalk will be open any day.
Construction had been stalled for over a year on the $150 million, nine-story building.
The city is scrambling to help out businesses affected by the streetscaping.
Four units starting at $399,990 are still available.
The final hurdles in the $377-million mixed-use development have been cleared.
The last four net zero energy homes have hit the market.
Each unit will be around 3,000 square feet and take up a whole floor of the historic building.