Across the Great Lakes, descriptions of American cities are almost inevitably furnished with at least one of the two phrases, conjuring
A few years ago, a motorist in the Milwaukee Junction neighborhood might have driven past 2863 E. Grand Blvd. without taking notice.
This year's edition of Detroit Month of Design features a number of adaptive reuse projects, including furniture made from recycled bulletproof glass and religious buildings converted into art spaces.
As Detroit Homecoming marks 10 years, its impact has registered with at least two developers with longtime connections to the region.
Raphael Wright adopted a healthy lifestyle after being diagnosed with diabetes in his late teens. He grew up on Detroit’s east side, where his family suffered food insecurity.
Join us for the exclusive preview party for the opening of Ergo , a solo exhibition featuring Detroit-based artist Paula Schubatis.
Downtown Detroit has been a showcase for adaptive reuses of old buildings since well before COVID-19 and the nationwide falloff
A Detroit-based developer plans a 135-unit hotel in a largely vacant building it bought earlier this year.
“Every day is a discovery,” Isabelle Weiss says of her home in the Method Development lofts at the Detroit Design District.