Detroit Development News
News, notes, and maps to cover the increasing development and construction across Detroit.
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Lafayette West will now cost around the same amount to build, but have 48 fewer units.
Pre-leasing has begun for The Flats at 2660 John R, which is expected to open in April.
The historic church, which was right near the epicenter of the ‘67 Uprising, recently got an attractive renovation.
After years of delay, work has finally begun on the nearly 100-year-old building in the District Detroit.
The new goal is for 76 homes to be rehabbed by 2024.
These 18 projects may not materialize.
Philip Kafka has signed an agreement with the city to potentially purchase and develop 100 properties in the area. He wants to turn most of it into green space.
Though renovations at the David Stott Building are complete
There might be actual dancing in the streets.
EcoWorks has embarked on a green renovation of its unique office building. But it’s been more challenging than expected.
The partnership with Roxbury Group comes after West Elm pulled out of the development last year.
To be created across two sections of wall spanning 1,500 feet outside Fiat Chrysler’s expanded plant.
Many items through the city’s Community Benefits Ordinance and workforce requirement need to be regularly checked. Here’s how it works.
Dan Gilbert’s development firm had been restoring the Art Deco skyscraper since purchasing it in 2015.
The city will soon issue a request for information seeking development partners.
Construction could start in the next few months.
Some residents and members of city council feel the Community Benefits Ordinance isn’t working—and are proposing changes.
Here’s what the new event space at Quicken Loans’s headquarters will look like.
The plan was scrapped after developers couldn’t come to an agreement with the theater chain about parking.
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.
Adam Lutz and Matthew Sosin are already partnering on redevelopment of the Albert Kahn Building across the street.
The five bridges on either side of the U.S. point of entry are expected to be complete by 2024.
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.
These buildings are getting ready for their next act.
The 1.5 million-square-foot mall sold to Out of the Box Ventures, based in Florida, for $26.5 million.
First announced in 2017, the mixed-use, mixed-income project filled its last funding gap this week.
Release of a framework plan and groundbreaking are expected to take place in 2020.