In 2018, development news in Detroit focused on the future. Ford bought Michigan Central Station, with plans to develop a mobility-centered campus. Ground recently broke at the Monroe Blocks, bringing a new office tower and residential space to two city blocks downtown. Three new hotels—the Shinola Hotel, the Element Hotel at the Metropolitan Building, and the Siren Hotel—have restored formerly-vacant buildings in the Central Business District. Scooters and last-mile mobility solutions took over the city, while regional leaders couldn’t agree on a bigger plan.
What can we expect in the next year? While we can never predict everything, we are keeping an eye on a number of projects and areas expected to make news in 2019…Continue Reading or Check Out Our Exclusive, Off-Market Real Estate Investing Opportunities!
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