Detroit Development News
News, notes, and maps to cover the increasing development and construction across Detroit.
Dancing in the Street Park will host free public events throughout the year
Units at the luxury Islandview development are selling for between $230,000 and $605,000
There will be 74 units in total, most for renters making less than $17,000 per year
The mixed-use building developed by the Platform has 23 units, five of which rent for 80 percent AMI
After cutting a deal with the Morouns, the first plant in two decades is almost certainly coming to Detroit
The arena will host the university’s men’s and women’s teams, as well as an NBA G League team
HomeBase will provide offices for local nonprofits and allow for free community gatherings
The project’s 81 units come in several styles ranging in cost from $250K to $750K and up
The bank is the first to announce that its $5 million commitment will be utilized in Old Redford
Letter of understanding includes local hiring requirements, environmental mitigations
From Delray to Jefferson Chalmers, here’s what you need to know
Plus, other updates from Ford’s first community meeting.
Half of 92 apartment units will be "affordable" in the mixed-use Parker Durand
Woodburn Partners was selected to build the 60-unit apartment building on Bagley
Method Development announces purchase and plans for five buildings in the neighborhood
Project would be the largest development north of Mack Avenue since the 1920s
Total investment in these projects to easily exceed $400 million
The plan has received the AIA Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design.
The new condos and townhouses are listing between $165,000 and $250,000.
Industry Detroit will offer workforce development programs and office space.
Bedrock has purchased the Herman and Ben Marks Fur Building in Capitol Park, along with acreage in the East Riverfront area.
Plus, the David Mackenzie house in Midtown will move next month.
23 apartments will be available in the two buildings, which have been vacant for decades.
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.
Better Buildings, Better Blocks is helping Detroiters invest in their own neighborhoods.
While the city didn’t see a lot of developments open this year, many plans were announced that will make a huge impact on Detroit.
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.