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on Steve Neavling September 27, 2018
Your Thursday morning briefing: Dan Gilbert said to be negotiating the purchase of the Detroit Tigers; a Detroit charter school closed less than a month into the school year; and city council admonishes police for quietly getting into the towing business.
on Steve Neavling June 28, 2017
Buildings, Headline, Politics, State of Michigan
Coleman Young Jr. said the relationship between his late father and Mike Ilitch built “the blueprint for Detroit’s future.”
on Michael Betzold October 16, 2016
Development, Headline, Urban Renewal
What’s happening at the Corner now is arguably illegal and inarguably a national embarrassment.
on Michael Betzold July 29, 2016
City Government, Headline
This week, city officials helped as PAL tried to keep Corktown in the dark about its plans for parking at its new youth stadium and headquarters.
on Michael Betzold July 15, 2016
Art & Entertainment, Culture, Headline, Real Estate
Columnist: “Those of us who cared a lot about this place did not get the truth – and many of us did not even get a seat at the table. Instead, we got swindled.”
on Steve Neavling July 13, 2016
Development, Headline, Lens On Detroit, Photo Gallery, Sports, Urban Renewal
Here’s drone footage of the ballpark at the site of former Tiger Stadium.
on Michael Betzold July 1, 2016
Art & Entertainment, Headline
As bulldozers tore up the historic field at Michigan and Trumbull this week, yet another lie was uncovered about the Police Athletic League’s plans for the site.
on Michael Betzold May 29, 2016
Art & Entertainment, Headline, Real Estate, Sports
D-Day for historic Navin Field is June 6.
on Steve Neavling May 22, 2016
Art & Entertainment, Featured Stories, Headline, posts, Real Estate
A lot is at stake when Mike Ilitch’s son takes over the family empire, which includes the Red Wings, Tigers, Little Caesars, theaters and abandoned buildings.
on Michael Betzold April 13, 2016
City Government, Featured, Featured Stories, Government, Headline
How a controversial group managed to buy a historic baseball field for just $1 without the public knowing.