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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

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10 of the largest multifamily starts to watch in 2022

The multifamily sector is in the midst of a new construction boom, with $116.4 billion in new project volume started in 2021 — up 25% from 2020, according to Dodge Construction Group. This boom corresponds with spike in demand for market-rate apartments,

These 10 new Detroit projects are coming in 2022

Coronavirus variants are still surging across the state and nation, although in contrast to the early months of the pandemic nearly two years ago, construction activity in Detroit is not at a full stop and multiple projects are moving forward. Below are 10

Developer Targets Second Phase of West Village Neighborhood Development

Four years after opening the first $4 million phase of The Coe, a joint venture between Detroit-based developer Woodborn Partners LLC and Detroit-based North Coast Partners LLC has its eyes on a second phase next to it. The second phase would be

Can’t tell the difference between Detroit’s new apartment buildings? Here’s why

For the first time in a while, Detroit is seeing a lot of new construction instead of rehabs or demolition. But in many cases, these buildings tend to look fairly similar. Whether among Corktown’s turn-of-the-century Victorian homes, nestled between the

State and Municipal Agencies Expand Use of Cloud Construction Oversight

As state agencies wait on a possible infrastructure bill from the Biden administration, many are better prepared than they were a decade ago to manage hundreds of billions of dollars in new work. The Federal Highway Administration incentivized state DOTs to

So You Want to Open a Hotel? Now?

Before the pandemic began, the second location of The June Motel, a 24-room boutique hotel in Sauble Beach, Ontario, was set to open late last spring. To be fully ramped up for Lake Huron’s 2020 beach season was the goal. Construction stopped in mid-April,

8 Construction Industry Trends to Watch in 2021

2020 has been undeniably a devastating year for everyone and every field.  The lockdowns, quarantines, social distancing, and the casualties caused by the virus has shaken humanity beyond imagination. Although the construction sector faced a significantly