Detroit’s East Riverfront receives 2019 American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design.
It turns out that, while there are many female real estate agents, there are relatively few female real estate investors, which mirrors the gender disparity in stock market investing. According to a 2018 study by Fidelity Investments, only 29% of women see themselves as investors, and less than one in four women are comfortable with their knowledge of investing
JPMorgan Chase is committing $15 million for economic development in 10 Detroit neighborhoods targeted by the city’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund.
University of Detroit Mercy has received a $6.1 million donation — the largest in its 140-year history — that it will use to boost its business college.
The city of Detroit’s neighborhood development plans are pushing forward with visions for a new grocery store and renovated elementary school building in the Jefferson Chalmers area.
A mere 10 years ago, downtown’s Capitol Park district stood as a shabby and seldom used public space surrounded by mostly empty buildings. Today, Capitol Park has emerged as one of downtown’s trendiest enclaves. The wedge-shaped district just west of Woodward and north of Michigan now sports more than 500 new residential apartments in various buildings and a dozen new or recently opened storefront amenities.
A new angel-investor group in Southeastern Michigan, the Woodward Angels, has been quietly planning a launch and will convene its first meeting this week at the Shinola Hotel in Detroit.
There are development projects and then there are transformational projects—those that change how we live, work, play, and get around our city.
Few assets hold their value quite as effectively as real estate investments. Many high-profile investors got their start in real estate.
Ann Arbor autonomous shuttle service May Mobility Inc. secured an additional $22 million in funding led by New York investment firms