One of the oldest theaters in the Motor City needs about $6 million dollars worth of renovations.
An old electronics store that has sat vacant since 2009 is going to be the future home of Westland’s City Hall.
This weekend marks the final opportunity for visitors to check out the Dossin Great Lakes Museum for a while.
The L.A. Auto Show is the center of attention this week among auto enthusiasts but you have to come to Detroit for the only International Auto Show.
Coinciding with its 100th year anniversary this year, the center has undergone $1.2 million in renovations that have nearly doubled the facility’s patient care space, and enhanced waiting rooms, provided accommodations for the UM amputee support network and therapy capacity, among other improvements.
The $77 million dollar project, which features plans for a new emergency department, intensive care units and lobby, is expected to be completed in early 2015.
Flooring, interior design, and kitchens are just some of the things you can see at the Home Improvement Show at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi this weekend.
The first construction project under a $500.5 million Detroit Public Schools capital improvement program is finished.
Detroiters are about to see the Proposal S Bond Referendum they voted for last November take effect, which enables the Detroit Public School District to access $500.5 million in federal dollars for school capital improvement projects.
Michigan football fans were able to look at the newly renovated Michigan Stadium. Here are some photos from WWJ’s Ron Dewey and Bill Szumanski. Michigan’s season begins Sept. 4 against Connecticut at 3:30 p.m.
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