Farmington Hills-based homebuilder Hunter Pasteur Homes says it plans to build 81 new housing units in Lafayette Park on five acres near St. Aubin and East Lafayette Street, right beside the Dequindre Cut. Called Pullman Parc, the units will be a mix of townhomes, park homes and corner flats, and they’ll range from 620 to 3,500 square feet and run between $250,000 and $750,000.
Hunter Pasteur has worked on the City Modern development currently under construction in Brush Park. They’ve teamed on this project with Detroit-based Broder & Sachse and Woodborn Partners.
Also on today’s show:
- Waymo, the self-driving vehicle division of Google parent Alphabet, said it will open a facility to install its hardware and software in Chrysler Pacifica minivans and Jaguar I-Pace electric crossovers in Hamtramck
- Investment bank UBS has opened an 11,000-square-foot office in downtown Detroit, its first in the city
- Plum Market will open an eatery in The Henry Ford Museum
- Longtime Eastern Market eatery Russell Street Deli says it will close following a dispute with its new landlord [Freep]
- The Michigan Plant Swap takes place Sunday inside the Fisher Building
- And Jer previews the ACLU’s 100th birthday program, which takes place Wednesday, April 24 at Cobo Center with free daytime and evening programming