Global Auto Supplier Flex-N-Gate Opens Facility in Detroit – The Largest Investment in an Auto Plant in Detroit in More Than 20 Years

At full capacity, the Flex-N-Gate plant is expected to supply over 750 new jobs here in Detroit over the next three years and is the largest investment in an auto plant in the city of Detroit in more than 20 years…Continue Reading or Check Out Our Exclusive, Off-Market Real Estate Investment Properties. 

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Gordie Howe International Bridge construction officially starts

Dignitaries including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were on hand in Windsor this morning to mark the official start of construction on the Gordie Howe International Bridge. When completed, the bridge will be the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America. It will rise to the height of the RenCen, and a biking/walking path will be included

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Mobility Week brings new technology, innovations to the Motor City

From October 7-12, Mobility Week Detroit aims to showcase Detroit’s leadership in technology and the future of mobility. The umbrella of Mobility Week encompasses many different summits and gatherings, including the annual Tech Stars Demo Day; a Henry Ford Health System conference, “The Eye, The Brain and the Auto;” and the Michigan Auto Summit, which presents students

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Belle Isle Conservatory

Conservatory on Detroit’s Belle Isle to get $1.9M Renovation

The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Detroit’s Belle Isle is getting a $1.9 million renovation. Construction on the lower portion of the conservatory’s dome is scheduled to start in October and is expected to be completed…Continue Read or Check Out Our Exclusive, Off Market Investment Properties!

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Cadillac Vintage car parked at Ocean Drive in Miami Beach

Cadillac HQ moving back to Detroit after 4 years in New York

Cadillac is returning its global headquarters to Detroit after three years in New York’s upscale SoHo neighborhood The move contradicts General Motors’ stated plans in April when Steve Carlisle was tapped to run the company’s luxury brand. GM was adamant then that the brand would keep its headquarters in New York…Continue Reading or Check Out

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