- City has $100M in job training scholarships available to Detroit residents
- Address will be held Monday, Jan 30 at 7p.m.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s Detroit office (LISC Detroit) and developer Hazelwood Partners LLC announced that renovation has begun on two historic buildings in Detroit’s Piety Hill neighborhood that will bring 87 units of new affordable housing to the city.
Homes all across Detroit are continuing a six-year trend of significantly rising property values, with increases larger than most surrounding communities, Mayor Mike Duggan announced today. Based on home sales data from the past two years, neighborhoods across the city saw an average value incre
Most City of Detroit offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday. Normal police, fire, water and sewerage, and bus services will be provided.
Hundreds of new deeply affordable housing units could be built in the city’s rapidly developing downtown over the next several years if the board of the Downtown Detroit Development Authority (DDA), votes on Wednesday to approve final guidelines for a new financing tool for qualifying projects wi
The National Bureau of Labor Statistics has released the November unemployment figures, showing Detroit’s unemployment rate had fallen to 6.4% in November. That marks the first time since December 2000 that Detroit’s unemployment rate fell below 7.0%.
Adams Butzel Complex and Jack Adams Ice Arena will turn into a winter wonderland with tons of activities for WinterFest 2023 presented by Detroit Parks & Recreation. The event will take place at Adams Butzel Complex, 10500 Lyndon on January 14, 2022 from noon – 4 p.m.
Happy New Year!
We hope you had a wonderful holiday with friends and family. The Midwest-Tireman team is excited to resume our work on the neighborhood framework. Here is what we are up to for the new year...
The City of Detroit notified the first 33 successful applicants for adult-use marijuana retail licenses that they have been approved. The announcement is a milestone in the city’s journey toward establishing an adult-use marijuana industry since Michigan voters approved it four years ago.
All vaccinations and immunizations are taking place at 100 Mack Avenue. Vaccinations and COVID-19 testing will be available at the Northwest Activities Center located at 18100 Meyers Road. Vaccinations also will be available at the Samaritan Center located at 5555 Conner Street.