All the latest information on the city’s response to COVID-19.
You should stay at home as much as possible—but if you absolutely have to get around, here’s how to do it safely.
Why the food hub plans on keeping its Saturday market running during the coronavirus pandemic.
From exploring Campus Martius to checking out the wildlife at the Detroit Zoo, here are 20 places to take the kids right now.
Within walking distance to everything in the historic neighborhood.
From antiques to new treasures, reclaimed to recycled, we found furniture shops for every price point in and around Detroit.
The city’s reliance on the automobile often goes unquestioned, but what if we banned cars from certain streets?
The wellness studio and coworking space will be located in a Sanford Nelson–owned building on Division Street.
Ecce Pomo gives visitors a look at a style that has little history in Detroit.
It’s the first part of a $2.5 million project to rehab St. Joseph’s Oratory.
From Southwest Detroit to Hamtramck, here’s 12 great shops around town to buy vintage goods.
Here’s what’s happened since Sanford Nelson starting buying property in 2017.
The best places around the city to celebrate and enjoy art outside.
News comes on the heels of developer Sanford Nelson announcing demolition of a building on Russell Street
The dilapidated building will be transformed into a museum in Eastern Market.
The $23 million sale will likely go through in the fall
The market’s nonprofit manager is taking steps to retain the district’s core identity
The decision was a result of a toxic relationship with new landlord Sanford Nelson
Which developments will make news in the coming year?
St. Joseph Church is preparing for its next 150 years with a three-year historic restoration.
Over the next few months, the building’s interior and exterior will transform into a new activated space.
Local businesses and food trucks will be on hand Sunday, November 4 for All Things Detroit.
The festival returns September 13-22 with 30 new murals, 10,000 free maps, guided tours, and a block party.
Murals, architectural beauties, and spots for sweeping skyline views make our list for Detroit’s best Instagram locales.
A few prominent buildings in the district recently sold for millions.
K.OSS Contemporary Art and Orleans + Winder have found a home in the former Inner State Gallery space.
The four-story building and its neighboring building come with redevelopment plans.
The new spot will be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through September 16.
Food, entertainment, and local vendors will be set up at shipping containers along the Cut this Saturday and on weekends throughout the summer.
This week, our rentals range from studios to lofts, from the North End to Eastern Market.
The Detroit-based furniture maker now has its headquarters and a retail space in Eastern Market.
The smaller building is listing for $650K with its liquor license ($550K without). The owner is looking for small businesses who’d like to set up shop in the two-story building.
The Art Deco building in Eastern Market will go up for sale soon.
A fundraising campaign will soon launch to bring a wind-powered charging station and hydro pump windmill to Eastern Market.
The prominent Eastern Market building will see interior and exterior improvements in 2018.
Four lofts at the E & B Brewery Lofts in Eastern Market are now up for rent.
Local students are working with the neighborhood and stakeholders on solutions for Eastern Market’s long-term expansion plans.
The new Freight Yard at the Dequindre Cut will have nine shipping containers with food, vendors, and more. It will open spring 2018 with a preview at Harvestfest October 21.
The project could have multifamily residential, commercial, retail, and public space.