From Freep.com: Last week Leslie Horn, president of the Power of Green Housing in Detroit pitched a plan to develop a 17-unit condominium project near Woodbridge. City Councilwoman Barbara-Rose Collins stood against it.
The project would stack about 93 empty containers, cut in windows and doors, install plumbing, stairways and heating, and add amenities such as […]
Have recent developments in Detroit slipped from your mind? Model D has recounted many of the major advances in the past year in its 16 Sweet Developments in Detroit. They include the RiverWalk, Dequindre Cut, Rosa Parks Transit Center, the Eastern Market expansion, Grandmont Rosedale Dev. Corp.’s new office on Grand River Avenue, […]
Wonder wheels roll into town
He quipped that people described Pune as the Detroit of India but a time would come when they would say that Detroit is the Pune of America!
[via Times of India]
Legislation aims to curb copper thefts in Michigan
In hopes of thwarting what he calls an epidemic of copper thefts, Sen. Buzz Thomas, […]
Kalamazoo school chief leaves with Promise secret intact
Who are the wealthy donors making it possible for every Kalamazoo child to attend college in Michigan without paying a dime?
Brown says she’s still the only one who knows.
[via USA Today]
Detroit band gets loud in libraries
Singer-guitarist Josh Malerman is hitting the books again, and it has nothing to […]
If you’re an artist and you’re looking for a residency in the city of Detroit and free use of the building’s interior in the almost any way you can imagine, plus money for materials and free promotion, then you need to get to one of the last remaining open houses for the Carriage House of […]
Interested in living in Midtown Detroit? The University Cultural Center Association (UCCA) just published a guide in print and online called “Midtown Living…Detroit Style.” It’s a nicely done publication with lots of pictures and floor plans to really give you an idea of what’s available.
Midtown Detroit is the area bounded by the Lodge (M-10) to […]
It doesn’t require tearing down buildings or building superblocks out of the historic street grid. From housing project to market rate homes with a retail component coming soon. They capped it off and made it a clock tower. That’s what’s going on at Woodbridge Estates.