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REDICO Draws Meijer Store to Former Detroit Prison Site in Plymouth Township

Posted By: DBUSINESS on July 19, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. The Michigan State Land Bank Authority has announced a partnership with REDICO, a full-service real estate development and investment firm in Southfield, to revitalize and rejuvenate a historic site — the former Detroit House of Corrections (DeHoCo) in Plymouth Township. […]

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Two of Toledo’s original ‘skyscrapers’ are finally ready for redevelopment

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on July 18, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Toledo officials this week will formally start hunting for developers who want to transform the Spitzer and Nicholas buildings — two of downtown’s oldest and largest structures — into apartments, shops, or other uses. The Lucas County Land […]

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East Toledo’s Masonic Temple, vacant for decades, will soon be senior apartments

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on July 2, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. It’s the second big project by ARK, which also turned the old Wonder Bread bakery into housing East Toledo’s former Masonic Temple has sat vacant for at least two decades, a fact that would be easy to guess […]

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Whitmer OKs extending development tax incentives by 5 years

Michigan developers with “transformational” plans to redevelop brownfield sites can continue to seek tax incentives after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Legislature extended the program for an additional five years. The state’s economic development board can approve new projects through 2027, instead of 2022, under a bill signed last week. The law, which was enacted in 2017, […]

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McLouth Steel plant demolition done; now Moroun family looks to market site

A real estate development company owned by the Moroun family has completed a massive two-year-long demolition of the once sprawling McLouth Steel plant complex along the Detroit River in Trenton. Crown Enterprises Inc., the Warren-based real estate development arm of the Moroun family’s business interests, is now looking to market the 260-acre piece of riverfront […]

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