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Old Posted Sep 27, 2017, 12:07 PM
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Where is the Uniroyal site located on the riverfront?
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^West side of the Belle Isle Bridge.

I'm surprised the site is still contaminated. The work they did on the land a few years ago seemed pretty big but I guess was only a fraction of the total remedey needed.
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^East side of the Belle Isle Bridge.

I'm surprised the site is still contaminated. The work they did on the land a few years ago seemed pretty big but I guess was only a fraction of the total remedey needed.
You mean the west side (the east side of the Belle Isle Bridge is a park).

I think the reason they had begun cleaning up the site is because Jerome Bettis was planning something big on that parcel. But of course, those plans obviously fell through.

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^West side of the Belle Isle Bridge.

I'm surprised the site is still contaminated. The work they did on the land a few years ago seemed pretty big but I guess was only a fraction of the total remedey needed.
Yeah apparently it was only a quarter of the land that was cleaned and it cost DTE $35 million to get done. The area that was decontaminated was the site of a coal gasifacation plant so its possible that it was the contaminated spot on the site but still its easy to see why its been vacant for so long.
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Detroit-based contractors sought for $17 million hotel renovation, 80 other projects

By KURT NAGL
Crain's Detroit Business
September 27, 2017



The historic Hotel Savarine in Detroit's Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood was once home to legendary beat writer Jack Kerouac. It has been vacant since the 1990s.


-Outreach event is 1-3 p.m. Thursday
-$17 million renovation planned for Savarine Hotel
-Renovations of neighborhood storefronts sought to boost curb appeal


A contractor outreach session is scheduled for 1-3 p.m. Thursday at Thinkers Coworking Spaces, 14346 E. Jefferson Ave. The free event is being hosted by D2D, Motor City Re-Store and Jefferson East Inc. with the goal of attracting Detroit-based contractors to bid on $20 million worth of work across 80 projects citywide.

"We need to see to it that Detroit-based contractors get the work," said Keith Rodgerson, program manager for Motor City Re-Store. "It's not just because we're using taxpayer money. We are using our resources to keep people in the city employed and to help generate money back into the city from having healthy businesses."

The local outreach is part of a broader goal of employing Detroiters for projects in which they can take pride, like Little Caesars Arena, said Charlotte Fisher, spokeswoman for Detroit Economic Growth Corp. A similar event a couple weeks ago for construction of the Pistons headquarters and Henry Ford medical facility drew about 60 contractors, she said.

The 80 projects being put up for bid this week largely include storefront renovations to boost curb appeal of neighborhoods around the city, Rodgerson said. Much of the emphasis is on the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood on the city's lower east side.

"Enhancing retail nodes along the corridor and helping to create an amenity for the neighborhood there" is the goal, Rodgerson said.

Detroit-based Shelborne Development Co. LLC is leading renovation of the Hotel Savarine in that neighborhood, with Jefferson East, also based in Detroit, as a partner with 25-percent stake. The historic "stag hotel" has fallen from grace since opening in 1926. The hotel closed in the 1990s and after a failed renovation attempt in 2006, it sits gutted and tagged with graffiti.

The plan, again, is to restore the building for housing, said Joshua Elling, executive director of Jefferson East. Construction is expected to begin late next year.
http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article...-renovation-80


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North End sauna booted swingers, is investing in rehab work

By Nancy Derringer
Bridge Magazine - Crain's Detroit Business
September 26, 2017



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The Schvitz was born in an earlier era, when hot running water was less common, and working people needed a place to get clean, relax and escape. It's being reborn in a neighborhood with many problems and much potential. Detroit's real-estate comeback is pushing north from the central city. Lynch's handsome house is only few blocks away, but the one across the street from the Schvitz on Oakland Avenue is burned; a nearby church is active, but with some boarded windows. The neighborhood could use some more viable businesses, but the last thing Lynch wants is to be just another yuppie gentrifier.

It will be a tall order, he acknowledges. The building is nearly a century old, its plumbing not much younger, its reputation falling somewhere between colorful and infamous. It won't be cheap; the current budget of $250,000 will do a lot, but not everything. Cash flow is a big question mark.

But the Schvitz is also a place its regulars have kept running for decades, one they feel connected to in ways they express in near-religious terms. It's a place of purification, of cleansing, a sanctuary where troubles are exorcised in puddles of sweat. It's a hard place to turn your back on.
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The Schvitz reopens Oct. 1, with an open house for old and new customers, neighbors and the general public. It'll still be a work in progress, Lynch concedes. But in some ways, it's always been one.

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The Schvitz's founding is rooted in Judaism; it opened in 1918 as a Jewish cultural and community center for the North End neighborhood. The basement was dug out later, when the steam room and a cold-water pool were added; tilework on the pool deck says 1930, and it was sometime around then that its clientele grew to encompass the Purple Gang, the fearsome criminal mob of the city's Prohibition era. The Schvitz was run by members of the Meltzer family from the 1930s to the mid 1970s. Rick Meltzer, whose father and grandfather were the proprietors, said during that time it was largely a men's club — ladies-only on Wednesdays — that served up steam, relaxation and big meals afterward.

"My dad always said the Purple Gang guys hung out there, but they didn't run the place," Meltzer said

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By the late '70s, the club was following the decline of the city. It was sold to a succession of owners and entered an era many modern Detroiters have at least heard about, that of the infamous "couples night."

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"The phone rang for weeks," said Jessie Nigl, the third party in the new management, who will supervise its daily operation. One day she let another employee answer, she said, lacking the heart to "disappoint another displaced swinger," and overheard her telling the caller, "This is a de-sexualized space now."

"We thank those people for helping keep the lights on for many years," said Lynch. "But it's time for something new here."
http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article...ans-up-its-act


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Private investor group buys mostly vacant Lincoln Park Plaza

By TYLER CLIFFORD
Crain's Detroit Business
September 27, 2017



Lincoln Capital LLC, an investment group based in Okemos, has purchased the 175,506-square-foot Lincoln Park Plaza from Lincoln Park Plaza LLC, Farmington Hills-based Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions LLC announced Tuesday.

The package includes 3574-3636 Fort St. in Lincoln Park.

Terms of the deal, which closed Aug. 22, were not disclosed.

The retail center is anchored by Ace Hardware and includes Dollar Tree, Check and Go, H&R Block and Hallmark Cards. It opened in 1955 — the first major shopping center to open Downriver, according to downriverthings.com. A Farmer Jack grocery store closed in the early 2000s.

Nearly 150,000 square feet of vacant space is available in nine storefronts in the complex, according to property manager and investor Mike Zhang of California's Bay Area. Zhang is one of more than five investors, the rest of whom were not named.

"The objective is to have those vacant spaces occupied. We welcome any new tenants that are interested in the locations and we will do whatever we can to rent out those spaces," he said. "We want to see this place come back where the neighborhood and people can come down for entertainment and more activities."

Zhang said the vacant spaces would be renovated based on tenant needs.
http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article...oln-park-plaza


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Bloomfield Park redevelopment gets $24.7 million tax capture

By KIRK PINHO
Crain's Detroit Business
September 26, 2017



The Michigan Strategic Fund has approved $24.7 million in local and school tax captures for the Village at Bloomfield project in Pontiac and Bloomfield Township.

The $123 million project by Southfield-based Redico LLC and California-based Pacific Coast Capital Partners LLC, or PCCP, is a redevelopment of the Bloomfield Park project that failed nearly a decade ago in the wake of the Great Recession and created one of Oakland County's most prominent eyesores.

Redico and PCCP plans a mixed-use development that involves demolition of multiple structures on the site at Telegraph and Square Lake roads.

The joint venture plans 432 multifamily units averaging about 900 square feet each, 120,000 square feet of senior assisted living with about 100 units, a 106-room hotel, 237,000 square feet of home-improvement retail, another 89,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,050-space parking deck, almost 1,800 surface parking spaces and another 77,000-space-foot retail/commercial building. Another 21.2 acres of recreation/open space are planned, according to an MSF memo.

Crain's reported in December that the home-improvement component of Village at Bloomfield is expected to be a Menard Inc. store. In metro Detroit, the chain has stores in Wixom, Warren, Livonia, Chesterfield Township and Ann Arbor.
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Old Posted Sep 27, 2017, 3:36 PM
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The Uniroyal site is definitely a prime and beautiful location.

Would be great for a Brush Park part two sort of project; an urban neighborhood right on the river and right next to the bridge, I'm drooling just thinking about it. I hope they do what they can to keep the mature trees though.
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I like the idea of a multimodal logistics hub, it seems to already have a marine terminal and there is a major rail line on the other side of Jefferson not to mention I-75. It's strangely worded but there seems to be a no sit on it and wait clause written in with fines for noncompliance.

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McLouth Steel site transferred to Wayne County Land Bank for Moroun redevelopment

September 28, 2017
Crain's Detroit Business
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An 188-acre property in Trenton along the Detroit River has been approved for transfer to the Wayne County Land Bank for a redevelopment planned by the Moroun family.

The Wayne County Commission voted 11-3 Thursday to greenlight the transfer of the tax-foreclosed former McLouth Steel Products Corp. site so Warren-based Crown Enterprises Inc. can redevelop it. A 1 million-square-foot building on the contaminated site is expected to be razed as part of the $4 million sale and expected $20 million in investment over the next several years.

If that level of investment isn't made, Crown would pay the land bank $1 million. The agreement also calls for a $250,000 donation to Trenton at a later stage in the redevelopment

On Wednesday, county commissioners had a hourslong debate on whether the Morouns, who have been criticized in the past for their handling of their properties in Detroit and elsewhere, should be able to redevelop the site.

That depends on the company coming to an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on cleanup responsibilities at the heavily contaminated site at 1491 W. Jefferson Ave. on the north side of Trenton, Michael Samhat, president of Crown Enterprises, told Crain's on Tuesday.

Crown, which also owns the 76-acre site abutting the McLouth Steel site, could turn it into a multimodal logistics hub, a cluster of manufacturing plants, a finished car shipping center for multiple brands or an auto assembly plant, Samhat said Tuesday.
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Wayne County is taking steps to make the soccer stadium happen at the fail-jail site.

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County making moves toward soccer stadium over jail in Downtown Detroit

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September 27, 2017
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A Wayne County Commission committee voted to move forward to a Thursday full commission vote on a proposal for the Wayne County Land Bank to acquire a foreclosed lot at 5430 Riopelle, which is adjacent to the county's juvenile and family court buildings, near a new jail complex site proposed by Rock Ventures.

Cheryl V. Jordan, the Land Bank's executive director, said the plan is to convert the space into a county-owned parking lot for use with the justice complex, should the new jail development be approved.
I find it weird the Moroun's want to do something down in Trenton given that they basically have the Port Authority by the balls, and most of their existing warehouse infrastructure is in Detroit. Maybe they are essentially showing that the Gordie Howe is going to get done with this move; maybe they'll relocate their logistrics operations further downriver, which would give Detroit some room to breath. Who knows with them?
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I find it weird the Moroun's want to do something down in Trenton given that they basically have the Port Authority by the balls, and most of their existing warehouse infrastructure is in Detroit. Maybe they are essentially showing that the Gordie Howe is going to get done with this move; maybe they'll relocate their logistrics operations further downriver, which would give Detroit some room to breath. Who knows with them?
Yeah it took me for a bit of a surprise my initial thought is okay they're just going to sit on it and see if they can't turn a profit with little to no investment. I think you are right about the Mouron's accepting the inevitable that they will lose their trucking monopoly with the construction of the Gordie Howe Bridge, to what end is a really great question though. They've made moves on the east side with the I-94 industrial park plan and the new logistics center for Jefferson North Assembly so this could be in line with recent expansion's in their holdings. I'd like to think that they have to be able to see that if ya can't beat em join em after their failed attempts so block the new bridge and they are expanding into new "markets" to diversify their portfolio but who know's with them is right i'm not gonna play arm chair shrink on this one.
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The Detroit RiverWalk is finally being linked, and they are going to do it by going out into the river to bypass Riverfront Towers. This is a big deal.

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Proposed RiverWalk link sits atop river, near the Joe

By Louis Aguilar | The Detroit News

September 28, 2017

A proposed new link for the Detroit RiverWalk near Riverfront Towers would jut onto the river; a design that gets around the privately owned waterfront and connects West Riverfront Park with the larger portion of the 3.5-mile pedestrian/bicycle trail.

Preliminary designs of the link show a 15-foot-wide path built six feet in front of the waterfront property owned by the towers, a rental and condominium complex just west of Joe Louis Arena. The plans include an adjacent new marina that would be built by the owners of the residential complex, said officials of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, the nonprofit that manages the RiverWalk.
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Theh hope to start construction in spring of next year. All funding has been secured, and all the property owners are on board, so apparently they've been working on this for sometime dotting all the I's and crossing all the T's. Oh, and this:

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The other two properties the RiverWalk addition would traverse are owned by Detroit’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the Platform, a private real estate group. The DDA owns the unused land between West Riverfront Park and the Riverfront Towers. The Platform owns a surface parking lot next to Joe Louis Arena and the Riverfront Towers.
Just a reminder that the JLA site will be highrise residential per an agreement.
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So glad to finally hear it. I hated how the riverwalk just ended behind the Joe and wondered if it would ever make it pass the towers.

Here's the steel work for the Shilona Hotel annex as of this past week.






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Damn that's a slick video.

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New Atwater Beach on Detroit's riverfront seeks restaurants, retailers

By KURT NAGL
Crain's Detroit Business
September 28, 2017



-Food and beverage retailers sought for new beach development
-Construction expected to start next fall, completion expected in 2019
-Conservancy seeking more funding for the $1 million project

The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy is seeking restaurateurs and retailers for Atwater Beach, the new park expected to open on Detroit's riverfront in 2019.

The nonprofit issued on Thursday a request for proposals for those interested in being a tenant at the former industrial site that is to be turned into a "vibrant destination for people of all ages," according to a news release from the conservancy.

The RFP document can be found here:http://detroitriverfront.org/sites/d...ant_RFP_vF.pdf


Plans for the 3.2-acre parcel on Atwater Street, east of Chene Park and west of Stroh River Place, include a sandy beach, play areas for children, a shed and a floating barge. Repurposed shipping containers will house retailers, while the barge will serve as a concession area with seating and planters made of recycled vintage truck tailgates from Detroit automakers. There are even plans to convert a vintage van into a bar.

Construction, expected to begin next fall, is estimated to cost $1 million.

The conservancy has been spearheading the project since 2016 and is continuing to raise funds for it.
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Developers break ground on $7 million development for homeless veterans in Detroit

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September 28, 2017



-Housing project is for homeless residents, with veterans given priority
-26-unit complex will have amenities and service support
-Project expected to be complete a year from now


Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Central City Integrated Health Inc. broke ground Thursday on a $7 million housing development for homeless veterans on the city's north end.

The Saint Rita Apartments, which have been vacant for more than a decade, will be redeveloped into 26 units — each 750 square feet — for homeless Detroiters who have special needs, with veterans given priority, according to a news release from the city.

The project is expected to be complete around this time next year.

"The St. Rita project shows that as Detroit comes back, there is room for everyone," Duggan said in the release.

All units will be reserved for those earning 30 percent or less of the area median income, which is about $14,000 a year. Amenities at the apartment will include a library, computer lab and laundry room.

On-site support services will also be provided.

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The project is Central City Integrated Health's fourth affordable housing project in Detroit and the second one specifically for veterans.
http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article...rnoon-20170928


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Home to baseball history

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Another big sale has closed in Boston-Edison this year. So far we’ve seen the Charles T. Fisher Mansion sell for $1.25 million and the Motown Mansion sell for $1.65 million. Now their neighbor, the stately stone Briggs Mansion, has garnered $1,035,000 at sale after listing for $1,050,000.

The house was built in 1915 for Detroit Tigers owner Walter O. Briggs, and we can daydream about the baseball history this house holds. The stone house was designed by Chittenden & Kotting and Briggs lived here until his death in 1952. Carvings of baseball players line the library’s mantle. The recently renovated house has eleven bedrooms, six full and three half baths, nine fireplaces, an elevator, and so much history in its 9,500 square feet.
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Well damn. And this is just the beginning...

Christie, Lawmakers Plan to Offer Amazon $5 Billion Tax Break

http://observer.com/2017/09/christie...ion-tax-break/

Gov. Chris Christie and legislative leaders will offer tax breaks worth $5 billion to Amazon if it builds its second headquarters in New Jersey, a plan that would expand a controversial subsidy program.

The Legislature’s top Democrats and Republicans announced Wednesday that they back Christie’s plan to loosen restrictions on the Grow NJ program, carving out new exceptions for “transformational projects” such as the Amazon headquarters. Under a proposed bill, Amazon could receive $10,000 for each job it created each year for a decade, a rate that could cost the state $5 billion over the life of the project if Amazon lives up to its promise to create up to 50,000 jobs wherever it goes, according to a letter to Christie from legislative leaders. New Jersey has awarded more than $8 billion in economic subsidies since Christie took office in 2010.
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Hello all, long time viewer, first time poster. I had the chance to walk around downtown last week, and wanted to share some shots:

Shinola:

additions from Woodward:




Wurlitzer:

Wurlitzer and Metropolitan:

Metropolitan:



Renovation along Woodward:



Capital Park Area--

Book Tower

Capitol Square Building and Book Tower:

Capital Park Building and Brown Brothers/Lear building:

Farwell Building:

Griswold Building:

United Way Community Services Building:

David Stott Building:



Chrysler House:


Random Shots--

Woodward Avenue panorama:

Woodward at sunset:

Grand Circus Park at sunset:

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Wow, welcome! And thank you for posting those great photos, a wonderful update!
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Great photos!
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Cribbzee; Thanks for the posting the photos there great. Hope you will do more soon.
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