Jobs & Economy

  • Unfinished Gratiot jail site no longer an option for new jail

    Wayne County announced that it does not intend to complete the unfinished jail at Gratiot.

    by
  • Detroit shut water to 1 in 10 homes this year. Yes, that’s progress.

    Detroit has disconnected water to more than 17,600 homes this year.

    by
  • Council approves brownfield tax credits for new downtown Detroit condo highrise

    Detroit’s First Free-standing High Rise Development built in more than Two Decades

    by
  • You Might Not Have to Pay Your Property Taxes

    “…65,000 houses that are at some point behind in their property taxes,”

    by
  • 2017 Housing America’s Families Forum | Why is Detroit a good place to have conversations about the future of affordable housing? The experts weigh in

    2017 Housing America’s Families Forum.

    by
  • Detroit City Council puts (temporary) brakes on jail land swap deal

    …first the Detroit City Council, and then the Wayne County Commission, need to approve the first two steps.

    by
  • Squeezed Out: Rising Rents Are Dark Side of Detroit Resurgence

    It is the dark side of urban revitalization. A rundown part of town gets a facelift.

    by
  • MorningSide: A Detroit Neighborhood

    Downtown Detroit is in the midst of a resurgence.

    by
  • A Tale of Two Cities? What Do Officials Need To do?

    Hear how Detroit answers these questions…

    by
  • Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan wins big. But does he have a mandate?

    Few surprises in Detroit, Flint and other cities. Here are takeaways from Tuesday’s elections.

    by