Midtown Detroit Inc. will break ground Wednesday on a 30,000-square-foot, three-story commercial building at the corner of Woodward Avenue and West Willis Street that will have Lawrence Technological University as the anchor tenant.
Snow covered the parade floats as people, young and old, cheered the bands, celebrities and other units as they made their way down the 2.9 mile course from outside the Detroit Institute of Arts to Campus Martius.
One of Detroit’s most iconic blocks — and a very visible symbol of its recent problems — is about to get a redevelopment.
A Detroit project is among three winners of $8.25 million from the Wells Fargo Next Awards for Opportunity Finance.
Repairs are expected to take two to three hours.
The chase began in Pontiac where deputies say they thought they saw a drug deal going down.
It’s a big collection of “Man Caves” and it’s coming soon to Pontiac.
Sheriff Benny Napoleon said some items found in a duffel bag could have been used to make a bomb.
A stretch of Detroit-area roadway that’s beloved by classic car aficionados is expected to get a little friendlier for bicyclists.
Rock Ventures Monday added another 333,000 square feet of class-A downtown Detroit office space to its growing real estate portfolio. The company completed the purchase of the 26-story One Woodward building, located on the corner of Jefferson and Woodward avenues.