2645 Woodward Avenue, , MI 48201
After years of delay, work has finally begun on the nearly 100-year-old building in the District Detroit.
Detroit was its crazy, fun, controversial self this past year
Taking a look at all the development—or lack thereof—at the Ilitch-owned properties near Little Caesars Arena.
The firm will occupy 30,000 square feet of space at the new office and sports medicine facility in District Detroit.
Here are seven "presents" we’d like for next year.
Recapping all the failed hopes and bygone fads of the last decade.
The 185,000-square-foot facility will also house a Plum Market and Blink Fitness.
The NAC didn’t have any authority to enforce its recommendations and Olympia could choose what to accept or ignore. It mostly chose to ignore.
It’s part of a $17-million expansion that will add 90,000 square feet of office space.
Construction had been stalled for over a year on the $150 million, nine-story building.
It’s not just District Detroit.
The Ilitch organization is mulling the idea of creating a new TV network for the Tigers and Red Wings.
After opening just over a year ago, the seats at LCA are getting a makeover.
Lonely Planet named Detroit the No. 2 city in the world to visit in 2018, calling it "America’s most ambitious renovation project."
An official groundbreaking is coming to the Statler Hotel site, plus possible new tenants for the District Detroit, and more.
Your guide to museums, buildings, and landmarks to visit along the QLINE route on Woodward Avenue.
Inside the $863 million hockey and basketball arena as it prepares for its first event
The LCA is finally opening its doors. Here’s all you need to know for previews, parking, and protests during its opening and preview weeks.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for September 5, along with preview events throughout the week.
The 5,100-square-foot wraparound scoreboard by Daktronics will be the largest in the NHL.
It’s the largest Little Caesar in the world on the roof of the new arena, right in the middle of Detroit.
The Little Caesars World Headquarters is rising at Woodward and Columbia, while seat installation continues at the arena.
The concrete pour for the main ice went into the Little Caesars Arena, and seats will start to be installed in the coming weeks.
Work on installing the jewel skin exterior around the Via is underway. Here are a few construction updates from around the District Detroit.
Watch Arena progress inside and outside the LCA with the live web cam, the Mondrian (or Woodward @ Midtown) could start construction, and more.
The Pistons made it official today. They’ll play back in Detroit at the Little Caesars Arena starting in the 2017 season.
This is $105M more than initial estimates. That’s a lot of Hot ‘n Readys.
The Detroit News is reporting that contractors have received approximately $500K in fines for not hiring enough Detroit workers.