|March 12, 2015: Stop the Violence / Economic Growth / Change in Congress|
|Can Roderick Miller ensure economic fairness?|
|EDC selects developer for Michigan and Trumbull blocks of historic Tiger Stadium site|
The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of the City of Detroit today selected Larson Realty Group and its Tiger Stadium Partners, LLC,
|Community Meeting to View I-375 Alternatives Postponed|
Community Meeting to View I-375 Alternatives Postponed. Stakeholder input process will continue.
|EDC Seeks Community Block Grant Consultant Services|
EDC Seeks Community Block Grant Consultant Services for Small Business and Commercial Corridor Revitalization Program
|Detroit Green Grocer Project Supports $5.3 million in Facelifts for 16 Grocery Stores|
Grocers making their own investments to far exceed matching grant requirements
|Love Travels Imports, Anahata Yoga Open in Grandmont Rosedale Neighborhood|
Two new pop-up businesses, a yoga studio and a Retail Store, join Grand River business community.
|Detroit Downtown Development Authority Approves Bond Finance Plan for Downtown Events Center|
|Detroit Green Grocer Project to Help Renovate Neighborhood Grocery Store Exteriors|
Facade Improvement Program offers matching grants up to $50,000 per store.
|Public Invited to Review Alternative Designs for Detroit’s I-375 Freeway|
Detroit Downtown Development Authority Holding June 12 Open House at Eastern Market Shed 5
|REVOLVE Detroit Offers New Pop-Up Spaces in the Grandmont Rosedale Community|
Open call for entries to June 15 for two Grandmont Rosedale pop-up businesses
|New Economy Initiative Unveils Challenge Awarding $500,000 To Existing Small Businesses |
NEIdeas is first challenge exclusively for
existing businesses in Detroit, Highland Park and Hamtramck
|DDA Gives Preliminary Approval to Two Residential Projects|
With a total of up to 330 units, the Griswold and Statler City projects represent the first new residential construction Downtown in more than 20 years.
|Public Invited to Help Rethink Detroit’s I-375 Freeway|
Detroit Downtown Development Authority Holding I-375 Kickoff Community Meeting
|DEGC President and CEO George W. Jackson, Jr. Resigning to Form Detroit-based Private Consulting and Development Group|
DEGC President and CEO George W. Jackson, Jr. Resigning to Form Detroit-based Private Consulting and Development Group. Jackson will remain at helm of DEGC until March 31 to assist with transition, and will continue to serve as board and executive committee member.
|Detroit Downtown Development Authority Approves Planning Contract for I-375 Corridor Alternatives Study|
Parsons Brinckerhoff will gather input from Downtown stakeholders to develop several alternative plans for I-375.
|Detroit Downtown Development Authority Approves $650 Million Framework For Downtown Events Center And Entertainment District|
|REVOLVE DETROIT EARNS ARTPLACE AMERICA GRANT FOR LIVERNOIS AVE.|
The $200,000 grant will fund artists to create works that will be installed in business storefronts and public spaces on Livernois Ave.
|Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe Opens With Green Grocer Support|
Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe provides one more great choice for the growing Midtown residential population.
|REVOLVE has shops, eateries popping up in Detroit's West Village|
Alexis Wiley of Fox 2 News reported a great story on the REVOLVE Detroit program.