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Historic building preservation and restoration open house scheduled at Hug Factory in Eastern Market

Building Hugger is partnering with three local historic preservation organizations to offer guests a chance to learn about both restoration techniques as well as public policy issues affecting preservation today.

$550M committed to private equity fund for Detroit-based Huron Capital Partners

The Detroit-based Huron Capital Partners closed its private equity fund $50 million over its target goal and three months after marketing efforts began.

Days before an RFP deadline, Gilbert makes one last play for downtown site of stalled county jail

Dan Gilbert's Rock Ventures is still attempting to acquire the current Wayne County jail site, this despite County Executive Warren Evans promising to issue an RFP to finish construction of the long-stalled jail this Friday, Feb. 10.

Historic apartment buildings receive $24M investment, re-open as affordable housing complex

Once called, the most problematic addresses in the city. the Colony and Fisher Arms Apartments recently got redeveloped and re-opened as a 161-unit affordable housing apartment complex.

Two new co-working spaces and business incubators to debut in the city

A number of co-working spaces have opened the past few years and some, like downtown's Bamboo, have experienced significant upgrades. Here are two more co-working spaces making the news today.

Oak Park and Detroit firms shine in personalized web videos, just in time for Valentine's Day

Send your loved one a customized videogram from Snuggle Bear, made possible by Oak Park and Detroit creatives.

Homegrown comics co-create Comedy Central show, "Detroiters"

A couple of local comedians have co-created a Comedy Central show set to debut on Feb. 7.

Metro Detroit's independent local news outlets making the best of a bad time in journalism

For the area's unconventional news outlets, 2016 was actually a good yearfor some, their best yet.

8 ways to get out and enjoy Metro Detroit this holiday break

Don't spend the whole week staring at your phone.

Q&A: Victoria Byrd Olivier on Detroit Future City and green infrastructure

How does green infrastructure fit into the work of Detroit Future City? 

Restoration of the Treymore Apartments building results in 28 affordable housing units in Midtown

The Treymore will offer 28 one- and two-bedroom units to Detroiters earning 50 to 60 percent of the area's average median income.

Students hope to raise funds to build 18-hole miniature golf course in North End

A neighborhood youth patrol group, 4Ward Phoenix, is hoping build what would be the city's only 18-hole miniature golf course through a crowdfunding campaign. 

6 places to shop in Live6 this holiday season

Here are a few places in the Live6 neighborhoods that you can go to get fun, unique gifts for your loved ones this season.

How Detroiters can get involved with Standing Rock

Protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline have become a major national story and one of the most prominent environmental movements in years. Detroiters have also come out in force to support the protestors.

Live6 Alliance and Model D host productive community conversation

Attendees included students, faculty and leadership from both the University of Detroit Mercy and Marygrove College, as well as residents and business owners who live and work in the communities along 6 Mile and Livernois Avenue.
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