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Huge event weekend // Detroit Target project in peril? // Food news

Robin Runyan from Urbanize Detroit hops in as Norris Howard is traveling. We talk about a ton of events around town. Eastern Palace Club’s Summer Sandbar fest: https://sandbarsummerfest.com/ Dancing with Dogs dog prom:  Black Panther at the DSO: https://www.dso.org/events-and-tickets/events/22-23-summer/black-panther-in-concert Detroit City FC game this weekend: https://seatgeek.com/detroit-city-fc-tickets/ Relive the 90s as the Gin Blossoms are playing in Taylor: ht...

Michigan State buys Fisher Building // Ferndale parking lot battle

Today’s Daily Detroit podcast is brought to you by the letter F. Robin Runyan from Urbanize Detroit and Norris Howard joins us. First, we talk the blockbuster purchase of the Fisher Building – what’s involved, what it means going forward and more. On Urbanize Detroit: https://detroit.urbanize.city/post/msu-endowment-now-majority-investor-fisher-building Then we dive into a story where local Ferndale businesses are suing the city over a new proposed development that would...

Transit Center update; Piquette Flats + more (ft. Robin Runyan)

Robin Runyan from Urbanize joins us on today's show to talk all things Detroit development. There's areas of downtown that should have buildings on them and we focus in on Bricktown Her take on the Book Depository building Piquette Flats will be underway in Milwaukee Junction And an update on the State Fair Transit Center and some questions we still have - like the limited connection to suburban buses Read all her things at: https://detroit.urbanize.city/ You're part of this conversation! Feed...

7 Development stories around Detroit + Hudson's tower talk (ft. Robin Runyan)

Robin Runyan from Urbanize Detroit is in the studio, and we're talking about a ton of projects around town. Turkey Stearnes Field at Hamtramck Stadium was dedicated, Robin went. Livonia residents say no to apartments because they fear they'd bring the poors (and others) $38 million in credits is coming to Detroit to build low income units; including converting old St. Michaels catholic school on the city's east side to housing We discuss the ongoing Hudson's saga and developers going back to...

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