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Checkers & Rally’s targets Southeast Michigan for growth

February 21, 2018 |
  • Fast-food chain plans to open 59 more stores in Southeast Michigan
  • Targeting areas west and north of Detroit
  • Room for Florida-based company to more fully saturate market

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Pontiac Experiencing a ‘Rebirth’ as Companies See New Potential Arising

February 15, 2018 |

Like many rustbelt cities, Pontiac has had its fortunes rise, crash and, with the hard work of residents, business owners, community organizations and financial investments, bounce back in a way that is meaningful and, hopefully, sustainable.

In the past few … Read More

Detroit to Get Its First Modern Observation Deck

February 15, 2018 |

Hudson’s project has big plans for observation deck

Detroit — The city will get its first modern observation deck when work is complete on the Hudson’s site project at some point beyond 2020.

The deck will crown the 800-foot tower … Read More

Oakland County Draws Record $1.2B in Investment Representing 62 Companies and 9,500 Jobs in 2017

February 9, 2018 |

Wednesday, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced 2017 was a record year, with 62 companies investing $1.2 billion and creating 9,500 jobs, while retaining 8,400 jobs.

“That means more than one company per week is locating or expanding in … Read More

Gilbert redevelopment binge continues with deal for former Detroit police HQ

February 8, 2018 |
  • Bedrock to redevelop former DPD headquarters building
  • Bondholder Syncora received Albert Kahn-designed property during Detorit’s bankruptcy
  • Redevelopment plans and timeline not known

The former Detroit Police Department headquarters in Greektown is slated for redevelopment under an agreement struck … Read More

Assessed value of industrial property in Detroit rises 64%

February 7, 2018 |

City of Detroit

The city of Detroit’s citywide residential property assessment values for 2018 rose for the first time in 17 years. For the first time, the city assessor’s office has plotted total assessment value increases by neighborhood to give … Read More

Rebound Detroit! The resurgence is real.

February 5, 2018 |

If there’s a town that can muscle the rest of the deal, it might be the Motor City.

Detroit’s historic David Whitney Building, once a treasure at the city’s gateway, had fallen into such dramatic disrepair that during the bleak … Read More

Growing the ‘burbs: Top development stories to watch in Metro Detroit in 2018

January 31, 2018 |

Ferndale’s growing up and out. Ford’s helping to transform downtown Dearborn. And metro Detroit’s communities continue to embrace the concepts of placemaking in earnest. There is no shortage of developments coming online in southeastern Michigan in 2018. By no means … Read More