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Detroit’s Albert Kahn Building sold, will be converted into 200 apartments

June 4, 2018 |

The Albert Kahn Building, in Detroit’s New Center neighborhood, has been acquired by Lutz Real Estate Investments and Northern Equities Group. The building was owned by a group comprised of The Platform and other partners.

“The Albert Kahn Building has … Read More

A Look at Retail’s Future

May 22, 2018 |

ICSC’s RECon 2018 in Las Vegas kicked off with Professional Development Day and panels and workshops focused on trends in retail. One of the first panels of the morning was an outlook on the next 25 years in retail with … Read More

Opening Set For New Retail And Entertainment Space Along Detroit’s Dequindre Cut

May 18, 2018 |

DETROIT (AP) — A new retail and entertainment gathering space made of repurposed shipping containers is opening up along Detroit’s Dequindre Cut Greenway.

A public unveiling of the Dequindre Cut Freight Yard takes place Saturday. An event is planned featuring food, … Read More

Growth In America Is Tilting To Smaller Cities

May 17, 2018 |

We are often told that America’s future lies in our big cities. That may no longer be entirely true. Some of the strongest job creation and population growth is now occurring in cities of 1 million people or less.

In … Read More

Amazon Plans 855,000-Square-Foot Fulfillment Center in West Jefferson, Ohio

May 16, 2018 |

Amazon plans to open its sixth Buckeye State fulfillment center in West Jefferson, Ohio. The company plans to create more than 1,500 full-time positions by the end of 2019. Associates at the 855,000-square-foot facility will pick, pack and ship customer … Read More

The road to economic revival in the Heartland runs through older industrial cities

May 15, 2018 |

Even as the U.S. economy hits new highs, the political and economic divide between America’s coastal cities and the rest of the country remain a focal point of the national debate. Amid this rising regional inequality, the question of how to revive … Read More

What $30M project at old Tiger Stadium site means for Corktown

May 9, 2018 |

The revitalization of Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood took another step forward Tuesday with groundbreaking for “The Corner,” a $30-million mixed-use project that will fill in the final piece of the old Tiger Stadium site.

Headed by developer … Read More