The origin stories behind 12 of the city’s best-known neighborhoods.
These 18 projects may not materialize.
We spoke with alumni of three closed or demolished schools to hear what it was like to go there and what their loss means.
An incredible number of historic buildings have been redeveloped in recent years, but there’s still plenty of left worth saving. Here are the ones we’d most like to see.
Taking a look at all the development—or lack thereof—at the Ilitch-owned properties near Little Caesars Arena.
Recapping all the failed hopes and bygone fads of the last decade.
Right next to Little Caesars Arena, the Anchor at Mariners Inn would add 84 units of housing and ground floor retail.
Once doomed, these incredible pieces of Detroit architecture have been saved.
See what you can get in neighborhoods like Midtown, North End, and East English Village.
The "444" is being developed by the same firm, Detroit Rising Development.
Demolition started Monday on the Cass Corridor building, which caught fire in July.
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The mixed-use redevelopment will bring a boutique hotel and apartments next to the Masonic Temple.
The new business school next to the LCA will open for classes August 29.
Olympia Development has let this building deteriorate and now they want to demolish it. It sits in the Cass Park Historic District.
Here’s what Olympia Development’s District Detroit looks like almost a year after the Little Caesars Arena opened.
The City Council voted to create a historic district for these buildings that had been threatened with demolition.
A historic district could be created to save these Olympia-owned properties.
The DMC Sports Medicine Institute will include a golf simulator, a 3-point basketball court, a 40-yard track, a mobile MRI, and a rehab pool.
The addition will allow for retail, extra dog boarding space, and a new grooming salon.
These plans mark a major shift away from residential to more office space.
The largest Masonic Temple in the world will see updates this year, including kitchen and restrooms, mechanicals, and masonry restoration.
‘Parducci: The Man Who Made Detroit Beautiful’ will be shown at the Jack White Theatre on April 22, with the opportunity to tour his work in the Masonic Temple.
The one bedroom, one bath loft has a spiral staircase and it’s located just a couple blocks from the LCA.
Using Google Street View, we tracked many buildings demolished for surface parking lots over the last decade.
New plans call for the eight-story building near the Masonic Temple to be redeveloped into 70 apartments and a 100-room boutique hotel.
Dozens of protesters lined Woodward on Saturday as more buildings are threatened with demolition.
A rally will be held on Saturday as preservationists fear more buildings could be torn down in favor of surface parking.
These 1914 Cass Corridor buildings could end up flattened for another parking lot.
The district includes many older apartments buildings near the Little Caesars Arena.
The $30 million Temple West will bring additional residential, retail, office space, and parking to the district.
Could Bedrock be moving in on the 43-acre site near Belle Isle?
The house next to the $5M holdout house is currently being demolished, while two old buildings behind the Fillmore could face a similar fate soon.
The fate of these early 20th century buildings, which are owned by Olympia, is still up in the air.
The Hotel Ansonia and Atlanta Apartments hold an interim Historic Designation, but demo could be imminent. A demonstration is planned for noon on Thursday, August 24.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for September 5, along with preview events throughout the week.
A new market is coming to Capitol Park, the Ilitches could buy Cass Tech’s field, and the GMRenCen holds off on the big screen on Jefferson.
The announcement from the city assures that 271 existing housing units will remain affordable, while 114 new affordable units will be built.
City Council approved an interim historic designation for the Hotel Ansonia and Atlanta Apartments, which were threatened with demolition.