The federal tax incentive will help build 183 units of affordable housing in Detroit, with rents ranging from $470 to $940 a month for a one-bedroom.
Developers and city officials have touted efforts to engage residents and build local support for the project, but some Detroiters said it doesn’t go far enough.
Business owners in the area say the corridor is on the “up and up,” despite less attention from the city than they would like.
Advancing Community Businesses is the first in a series of community development programs. Others will support the local workforce, housing development and education.
Jobs for Detroiters without college degrees are growing slower than low-paying positions.
The project seeks to expand access to healthy foods for a predominantly Black and low-income community where residents also face concerns of gentrification and displacement.
The soul of Detroit Vegan Soul is rising. Despite setbacks, owners Erika Boyd and Kirsten Ussery reflect on the plant-based eatery’s legacy and future
The Detroit Refugee Network will help refugees resettling in the city tap into housing, jobs, transportation and education opportunities.
The pilot build of a single-family home in Detroit’s Islandview is anticipated to be the first state-funded, 3D-printed house constructed in Michigan
Motor City Contractor Fund to dole out $10M in financing, technology training to Detroit business owners.