Detroit Construction News
The new duplexes are being done by the nearby Woodbridge Estates developer.
But first an old 10-story office building has to be demolished.
Crews completed repairs a month earlier than expected.
The first tenants in the Corktown apartments and condos will move in this summer
The Bagley 10 condos are now for sale and set to be completed in March 2020
The $8.3 million development on Livernois secured a commercial tenant, will start pre-leasing apartments soon
"We exceeded our commitment"
Dan Gilbert’s latest development will bring a 35-story office tower, multiple residential buildings, and two acres of green space to the area between Campus Martius and Greektown.
The new residential development across from Lafayette Park will start construction after the demo of Friends School.
Shapero Hall will come down early next year, and construction of the new residential development should be completed by the end of 2020.
The first phase of construction is underway at the old train station, as Ford has started work protecting the building from the elements.
Two major downtown murals will disappear soon.
Plus, the Morouns sell a big Corktown building to Kefallinos.
Heading into or out of Detroit this weekend? Take your time, be patient, and plan ahead.
The Maxine and Stuart Frankel Pewabic Tile Studio adds a fresh contemporary design to the historic site.
A ceremony marked the official beginning of construction on the new international bridge, which will be completed within the next six years.
The first part of the development will open in December, and the additional five buildings will open in the spring.
The $65 million development will see the renovation of the Hilberry Theatre and the construction of a new performing arts center.
The site of the old Tiger Stadium will see modular residences dropped and stacked over the next month.
Seven apartments are available for lease, while the rest of the development is slated to be finished in summer 2019.
Chemical Bank is moving its headquarters into downtown Detroit. The new building, which will take about 2 1⁄2 years to build, will house about 500 employees.
Foundation construction is starting on the U.S. side of the new bridge between Detroit and Windsor.
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The Windsor-Detrioit Bridge Authority expects construction to start in late 2018 on a new bridge connecting the U.S. and Canada.
Bridging North America has been chosen as the preferred proponent of the Gordie House International Bridge, which will be the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America.
The apartment building for seniors and some townhouses are expecting move-ins by the end of summer.
The residential and retail development at the site of the old Tiger Stadium will bring 111 apartments to Corktown.
Phase Two—a five-story, mixed-use building—broke ground this week.
The redevelopment will bring ten residential units, 20,500 square feet of retail space, and 29 underground parking spaces to the Avenue of Fashion.
These energy-efficient condos will be ready by next winter.
The new development at Grand Circus Park expects residents to start moving in later this year.
Construction has officially started on the largest development downtown. The Hudson’s site will have an 800-foot tall tower, alone with a large podium and market.
The Detroit Pistons and Henry Ford Health System broke ground on a training, rehabilitation, and sports medicine complex that will be completed in summer 2019.