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The Economic Development Corporation of the City of Detroit has issued a request for proposals to redevelop the former site of Tiger Stadium. The proposed site plan for the property sets aside room for a new headquarters for Detroit PAL and a youth baseball field in the same area as many legendary baseball stars played.
A $26 million hotel can add important revenue to the southwest Michigan town of Benton Harbor. And it's just one part of a larger mixed-use development.
Gary Glotzhober remains one of the most venerable figures in the Detroit-area commercial real estate industry. A principal with the Southfield, Mich., office of Colliers International, Glotzhober has thrived in markets both strong and challenging. And he's done it the right way: He works hard, studies his market and does whatever he can to…
Associated Bank recently announced the closing of $41.35 million in commercial, retail and residential real estate loans to Chicago developers for projects in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.
New jobs have been tough to come by in Michigan. The state has been hit particularly hard by the economic downturn. But Michigan residents received some good news earlier this month when a manufacturing plant announced that it would set up shop in the Michigan community of Battle Creek.
The Economic Development Corporation of the City of Detroit voted in late March to approve $155,691 in SmartBuildings Detroit matching grants to make energy-saving improvements on five buildings, including two in the City of Detroit public parks, a grocery store, and a parking garage.
The Right Place, a non-profit economic development organization serving Western Michigan, recently joined forces with The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and the city of Wyoming, Mich., to facilitate an expansion of The Priceline Group’s operations in Wyoming. The expansion will add 562 local jobs to the Western Michigan market.
HSA Commercial Real Estate has followed its entrepreneurial spirit for 30 years to build a portfolio that stands today in excess of $1 billion. Now, as it continues to establish new services and business lines, its principals envision an even brighter future.
The Illinois office of Lee & Associates has closed on the $2 million sale of a 319,589-square-foot industrial park in Michigan City, Ind. Lee & Associates of Illinois represented the seller, XMH Corp. 1 (formerly known as Hartmarx Corporation), in the transaction.