These are Monday’s top stories: Another wave of gentrification to slam Detroit Another wave of gentrification could displace lower-income Detroiters from as many as 10,000 affordable housing units, predominately in downtown, Midtown and Corktown. The properties are set to soon lose low-income housing tax credits in the next five years, The Detroit News reports. University […]
Misleading texts sent to voters; tip led to discovery of fetuses at funeral home; a techno club is being forced out of its location.
More lower-income residents are evicted near the tax-funded Red Wings arena; black women more likely to develop life-threatening conditions during childbirth; and another priest has been barred from the ministry following sexual assault allegations.
A high-end leather retailer is opening up in the former Tomboy Market building, which often reeked of rotten meat.
After four decades of abandonment in the Cass Corridor, the crumbling James Scott Mansion appears to be on the verge of an ambitious makeover.
The new bar and restaurant has become a catalyst for discussions about gentrification as more businesses crop up in Midtown.
Instead of becoming the next trendy spot for new Detroiters, the apartments will be rented to low-income workers because of strong efforts to combat gentrification.
The restaurant is expected to open this weekend and will seat about 80 people.
There are few establishments left between Midtown and downtown with as much character, earnestness and hometown flavor.
Tomboy Market was a small grocer that served the Cass Corridor’s lower-income residents for years.