One of Detroit’s most iconic blocks — and a very visible symbol of its recent problems — is about to get a redevelopment.
Sheldon Yellen is Michigan’s “Undercover Boss” and he’s about to appear on the CBS show once again. Among seven other “epic” bosses, Yellen will appear in a second episode to share his experience of being found out, or in his case of revealing himself to his employees.
It may be too broke to pay its bills or even respond to 911 calls on time, but Detroit is still thinking big.
It looks like downtown Detroit’s skyscrapers are still on sale.
“The problem is if you incrementalize this stuff then other people are willing to leave their homes and create more and more blight.”
Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert took to national TV to talk about millions in federal government dollars coming to Detroit.
To date, Dan Gilbert’s Rock Ventures Group has purchased 17 buildings totaling 2.9 million square feet of commercial space in downtown Detroit.
The Detroit X Games Team has released a second video to support their bid to host the 2014-2016 X Games.
This week on Michigan Matters, Carol Cain and the crew travel to the Detroit Athletic Club for another edition of the Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics Breakfast Forum.
The title insurance and property valuation firm tied to Dan Gilbert’s Quicken Loans is moving another 550 staffers to the Campus Martius area of downtown Detroit.