Detroit Development

  • Davenport University partners with City of Detroit and Wayne County

    “We are excited about contributing to sustainable growth in Detroit by helping to fill the talent gap,”

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  • Foreclosed for the cost of an iPhone. That’s life in Wayne County.

    “I’m almost 70 and here I am, being evicted out of my own house,” – Antoinette Coleman

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  • Detroit sues Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock over tenant information

    Detroit requested that information as part of an ongoing effort to crack down on renters evading city income taxes.

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  • Some Detroiters Can Swap Their Homes for Houses in the Land Bank

    “Ostensibly those are reasonable requirements but it’s just complicated,”

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  • Michigan leaders want to make crumbling Detroit fort into national park

    One idea gaining momentum: Making the fort a national park, said state Rep. Stephanie Chang, D-Detroit.

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  • A new bridge is dawning in Detroit. Matty Moroun isn’t the only one unhappy.

    “I don’t believe that in 2018 in America, people should be living in the shadow of belching industry,”

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  • Detroit Exits Most State Oversight

    After three years of balanced Detroit budgets, the Financial Review Commission votes to suspend oversight.

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  • One year in, Detroit’s QLine falling well short of expectations

    …the streetcar fell well short of expectations of 5,000 to 8,000 riders per day.

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  • Develop Detroit cultivates affordable housing in the Motor City

    “We develop high quality housing for everyone,” said Sonya Mays, president and founding CEO of Develop Detroit.

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  • Ford’s Corktown play could be huge for Detroit’s oldest neighborhood

    This could be huge, folks. And if Bill Ford gets his way, it will be.

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