Reports confirm that Olympia plans to demo more buildings in Cass Corridor, including the Hotel Ansonia and the Atlanta Apartments.
The Hotel Ansonia and the Atlanta Apartments could be up next for demolition. Preservation Detroit is suggesting an interim historic designation to protect them.
We could start to see progress around Grand Circus Park, while demo rumors swirl in Cass Corridor. Also, the Old Wayne County Building is looking for a tenant. Could it be you?
Four renovations and new construction buildings will bring 686 residential units, 139 affordable, to Cass Corridor.
During a special tour, we had rooftop access to the Masonic Temple.
Curbed followed along on a special tour of the Masonic Temple to see rooms that few can access.
We found five rentals around the city. Which would you choose?
A special tour will be held on May 12 to access rooms that are generally off limits. Tickets are $75.
The 1901 building sits on .42 acres near the sports stadiums, casinos, Cass Corridor, Corktown, and downtown.
When will a Target be announced? Soon, we hope.
The redevelopment could include 100+ apartments and retail space.
The organization now shares the historic Queen Anne house with Preservation Detroit.
Once the prohibition-era Boulevard Hotel, this property will be redeveloped into a 60 room hostel, slated to open in 2018.
Watch your vinyl being pressed from the Third Man Records store. Here’s a sneak peek inside the new facility.
The 1874 home listed for $750,000 and went under contract the same day. Houses in this historic district rarely hit the market.
The new vinyl pressing facility will have big environmentally friendly features. The Grand Opening is February 25.
From Woodbridge to the Riverfront to Grandmont, here are the $1,000 rentals we found this week.
GM and Gilbert could be building just east of the Ren Cen, the Masonic Temple’s neighbor is getting redeveloped, and more.
Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
More buildings will be redeveloped into residential, office, and restaurants downtown on Broadway, while Midtown sees the opening of affordable housing.
The full-service musical instrument store, which also offers lessons and repairs, has opened in the garden level of the newly renovated Forest Arms.
We found four different houses in neighborhoods around the city. Mansion? Loft? Which would you choose?
Eight acres of vacant land will be developed, including a large site near the Lodge and a smaller site near MOCAD.
With room for retail or business in the front part and a home in the back, you can live and work in this space for $5,850 a month.
It’s your turn to vote. Which street is the most beautiful in the city?