If you need a little distraction, here’s some great writing about Detroit from the last few months.
The new goal is for 76 homes to be rehabbed by 2024.
EcoWorks has embarked on a green renovation of its unique office building. But it’s been more challenging than expected.
Also comes with three tenants.
Thinking of renovating your home this year? Here are some resources to get you through it.
These buildings are getting ready for their next act.
The impressive renovation took a year to finish and has already sold.
This home from 1922 has come a long way.
The home, which dates all the way back to 1877, once seemed destined for demolition.
It’s been almost a decade since work first started at LaFerte Terrace on the northern edge of Woodbridge.
Motown (that’s what I want).
The two colorful projects will be part of a pocket neighborhood in Woodbridge.
Most of the homes are under 1,000 square feet and sell for less than $100,000. All are charming.
Industry Detroit will offer workforce development programs and office space.
Chroma will house coworking space and the city’s largest food hall by the end of the year.
A chance look through the Land Bank’s listings found a returning Detroiter’s childhood home.
23 apartments will be available in the two buildings, which have been vacant for decades.
Another nearly-demolished downtown building has opened after an extensive restoration.
The elegant downtown building will reopen on Monday. The Element Hotel will open in the building by the end of the year.
The first phase of construction is underway at the old train station, as Ford has started work protecting the building from the elements.
Long vacant properties will soon have new tenants, as LaFerte Terrace undergoes a big renovation.
The historic Indian Village house has been transformed after it was vacant for 25 years.
A handsome restoration of this home is one of the draws on this year’s Indian Village holiday home tour.
New grant funding will support the hire of an executive director, plus increased classes for home rehabbers in Detroit.
Which restoration has been the most impressive to you?
Over the next few months, the building’s interior and exterior will transform into a new activated space.
Formerly the Milner Arms, the 105-year-old building is now open to residents after a fresh renovation and a new ballroom.