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Detroit Businesses Folk and Caffeehaus Collaborate on Somerset Collection Store

In the early days of the pandemic, many hotels opened their rooms to medical personnel on the front lines. Now the tables are decidedly turned, with the hospitality industry needing a helping hand. While the federal Paycheck Protection Program has provided

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hotels are converting to housing

Checking out: Tips for converting hotels to housing

In the early days of the pandemic, many hotels opened their rooms to medical personnel on the front lines. Now the tables are decidedly turned, with the hospitality industry needing a helping hand. While the federal Paycheck Protection Program has provided ... (click to read more)

Sachse Retail Summit

Sachse Retail Summit: Conversations on the Future of Retail

Detroit-based Sachse Construction recently hosted its 2022 New York Retail Summit at Rockefeller Center. The event covered a range of topics including pop-ups, the new retailer and landlord relationships and how experiential shopping is shaping the future of ... (click to read more)

Five Good Things Happening in Construction Right Now

Five Good Things Happening in Construction Right Now

It’s tough out there. The cost of doing business is increasing around every turn and construction business owners are grappling with labor shortages, extended timelines, supply chain disruptions and so much more. Still, there is work to be done and ... (click to read more)

western states projects boost

Manufacturing projects boost starts in Western states

Total construction starts in the U.S. West region climbed 13% last year to $223.73 billion, essentially in line with national start growth of 14%, according to a Dodge Data & Analytics construction outlook webinar. Manufacturing, education and data ... (click to read more)

new gucci store

Gucci opening store in downtown Detroit this summer

Gucci is opening a store in Detroit. A spokesperson for the luxury retailer, which is headquartered in Italy and owned by fashion conglomerate Kering Group, confirmed the store will open this summer but would not give the location. The spokesperson said ... (click to read more)

retailers move store fronts to suburbs

As remote work persists, retailers see the suburbs as the next hot retail location

Urbanites aren’t the only ones taking part in the so-called Great Migration — retailers are also expanding into the suburbs. Last week, Amazon announced that it is launching a new store format targeting suburban shoppers. The company is opening a new ... (click to read more)

metro detroit's summer development

Metro Detroit summer development guide 2022: Openings, closings, renovations abound

With the dust of COVID-19 finally beginning to settle, commercial development in metro Detroit is once again bustling. Big plans are in store for several the area’s shopping malls and office buildings, many of which were left abandoned or under-utilized ... (click to read more)

ikea investing in stores

Ikea to invest more than $3B in stores

Dive Brief: Ingka Group, Ikea’s largest franchisee, on Monday announced it would invest more than 3 billion euros, or about $3.2 billion at press time, in its stores. The investment will include both new and existing stores and will focus on making its ... (click to read more)