Monthly Archives: November 2016

In The News: Development heavyweights weigh in on the future of Detroit

At this week’s UM/ULI Real Estate Forum in Detroit, Curbed Detroit was there with a few takeaways from a panel of some of the biggest names in Detroit development talked about their predictions for the future of Detroit. Development heavyweights weigh in on the future of Detroit By Robin Runyan Curbed Detroit November 18, 2016

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In The News: Chris Leinberger Discusses Detroit Development at the UM/ULI Real Estate Forum

At the University of Michigan/Urban Land Institute conference, Chris Leinberger spoke to a crowd of about 200 in regards to Detroit seeing “huge market share shifts” due to development in areas of downtown and Midtown while speaking about Dan Gilbert’s influence on Detroit which can be counted in the billions, with more still to come. Here’s a look at Dan Gilbert’s multi-billion dollar impact on Detroit By Paula Gardner Mlive.com November 18, 2016

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In The News: Cullen predicts Pistons will move downtown, MLS stadium will be built

Speaking as part of a panel discussion Thursday at the University of Michigan/Urban Land Institute Real Estate Forum in Detroit, Matt Cullen, principal of Detroit-based Rock Ventures LLC and CEO of Jack Entertainment LLC, offered two predictions about the fate of the Detroit Pistons moving from Auburn Hills to downtown as well as the MLS stadium being built on the site of the Wayne County Consolidated Jail toward the tail end of the roundtable moderated by Detroit Free Press columnist John Gallagher. Cullen predicts Pistons will move downtown, MLS stadium will be built By Kirk Pinho Crain’s … Read More

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In The News: As state economy recovers, commercial real estate adjusts to fit

Michigan cities have experienced a devastating drain of young, educated talent in recent years – with college graduates flocking to cities with more personal and professional opportunities for living a well-rounded lifestyle in engaging environments. But now, with a market driven mostly by the millennials and, to a much lesser degree, the longer-living empty nesters giving up their family home, bookend generations are looking to return to communities like metro Detroit, Grand Rapids, Traverse City and Ann Arbor to raise families, be closer to kin and take part in Michigan’s … Read More

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