This three bedroom house is close to Clark Park and shops and restaurants in southwest Detroit.
Will the 2016 Curbed Cup winner make another run for the trophy? Or will Southwest move on to the next round?
This four-bedroom home has lovely woodwork and vintage details.
Which neighborhoods are undergoing extensive redevelopment and investment? Here are five to keep an eye on.
A peek at this year’s Open Streets, which got Detroiters out of their cars and into neighborhood streets and local businesses.
Which Detroit neighborhoods score high in car-free mobility?
This week we found five rentals in old homes in different neighborhoods across the city. Which would you choose?
The HOPE Crew Community Day on September 10 will allow volunteers hands-on opportunities to learn preservation skills at this historic site.
These two Victorian homes are half-renovated and can be sold as a package or separately.
30 buildings all over the city went up for sale last week. We’re taking a look at five with the most potential.
This year’s Open Streets will close down Michigan Avenue and West Vernor Highway to traffic on October 1. The DDP is looking for program partners to participate in this year’s festivities.
This four bedroom home is loaded with built-ins and character.
This three-bedroom home has a giant fence and stark interior.
This four bedroom house is in pretty good condition, but could be updated.
This two unit home has original woodwork, big windows, and a backyard.
This four bedroom, two and a half bath house is located near shops and restaurants in Mexicantown.
Delray residents will have to decide whether to stay in their homes or swap for a renovated house in another Detroit neighborhood.
This four bedroom house has a landscaped yard, original details, and built-ins.
Each flat in this 1913 duplex has three bedrooms and it’s located right across from Clark Park.
This house with a creepy vibe has office space downstairs, an apartment upstairs, and needs a ton of work.
The Small Business Murals Project, a partnership between Quicken Loans and 1xRUN, paired artists with entrepreneurs for new artwork on businesses around the city.
We found five rentals around the city. Which would you choose?
This four bedroom home is full of character and is located near the restaurants in Mexicantown.
The all ages music venue will renovate the neighboring building to create a cafe, gallery, and community center.
The Kresge Foundation awarded $2 million in grant funding to projects across Detroit ranging from rehabbing buildings to creating greenways.
Our big roundup of sold homes this week features some houses that went on the market last summer.
This one needs all the work, but could be rehabbed into apartments or a single-family home.
This one will need an awful lot of work, but could be a good redevelopment opportunity.
It also has great original details, needs a lot of work, and is listing for $199,900.
We check in with a few houses around the city, including this East Village house that just sold for $69,000.
This house has some great original details, but it deserves better ceilings.
This three-unit property on West Grand Boulevard has so much potential, but needs so much work.
This house was built in 2006 and it’s on a fenced-in double lot. The location puts it close to Mexicantown resturants and Corktown. The price? $132,500.
Beautiful restorations and fixer uppers with potential definitely caught our eye this year. Here are ten of our favorites.
Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
The funding will go toward planning projects in Islandview/West Village, Northwest/Grand River Corridor, Southwest, and Clairmount as part of the 20-minute neighborhood vision.
This duplex has some unique details, plus it’s right down the street from Honey Bee La Colmena.
This past summer, Pedal to Porch hosted a bike ride through Detroit that allowed residents to use their front porch as a stage to tell their story.
The Detroit Strategic Neighborhoods Initiative will target real estate, jobs, and infrastructure in these neighborhoods. The announcement was made at the site for the future Coe Development in West Village.