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Method Development’s $1.8-million Brush Park project to turn historic mansion into eight apartments

Method Development’s $1.8-million Brush Park project to turn historic mansion into eight apartments

The Brush Street Historic District was once known as “Little Paris.” While some of homes in the neighborhood have been lovely restored and still support the nickname, in other sections once beautiful homes have been abandoned or are in disrepair. That’s changing. Developments are springing up. The most recent is a $1.8 million project by Detroit-based […]

Livernois Soup and Light Up Livernois events help buoy cash-strapped Avenue of Fashion businesses

Livernois Soup and Light Up Livernois events help buoy cash-strapped Avenue of Fashion businesses

Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion, one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhood business districts, hit a speed bump with scheduled construction along the shop’s busiest corridor. It’s a massive project, albeit temporary one, according to shopowners contendng with foot traffic drops created as a result of limited parking and impassable sidewalks. The $8 million streetscaping project […]

Lighting the way: Detroit Discount Candles announces expansion

Lighting the way: Detroit Discount Candles announces expansion

Small businesses drive our economy and in Detroit, they are popping up in record numbers. That’s a good thing, according to Mayor Duggan, who frequently reminds residents that, ultimately, the city wants its new start-ups to stay up and become sustainable contributors to the city’s growing economy. Detroit’s Discount Candles is representative of the ‘dream […]