Community Development Project Profiles
See how the MEDC and communities have come together to increase private investment, create jobs and make lasting impacts in neighborhoods across the state through these project profiles.
The team worked with the Grand Traverse County BRA to redevelop the site to accommodate 4,000 square feet of commercial space, seven residential units and underground parking
The new structure includes 54 apartments above approximately 9,700 square feet of first floor commercial/retail space and 29,000 square feet of underground parking.
1145 Griswold Street LLC converted a vacant and dilapidated 11-story building, formerly known as the Capitol Park Building.
The Plaza Midtown LLC project renovated a former medical office building on Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit into a mixed-use retail and residential building.
Du Charme Place LLC, led by Walter Cohen, completed a new market-rate residential development, which adjoins Lafayette Park and the Dequindre Cut Greenway on approximately 2.45 acres.
250 West Larned LLC has converted the former Detroit Fire Department headquarters and an adjacent building into a boutique hotel with a first floor restaurant called the Apparatus Room.
This project redeveloped a former historic warehouse and car dealership into an innovative green and sustainable office and design center located in Midtown Detroit.
This historic, Paradise Valley building in Detroit required extensive rehabilitation in order to accommodate a restaurant, offices, and the home of Real Times, Inc. publishing company.
5734 Woodward LLC was awarded a $240,625 performance-based grant to historically redevelop a three-story building in Detroit to include two residential units and two retail spaces.
Woodward Brown Associates LLC constructed a new five-story, mixed-used structure of approximately 88,000 square feet, known as The Balmoral.
City of Harrison was awarded $751,344 in Community Development Block Grant funds to transform its seasonal farmers market into a permanent indoor/outdoor market facility.
The SVRC Marketplace development transformed the former Saginaw News building into a 100,000-square-foot hub of activity for people visiting, living, eating, shopping & doing business.