Six Major Projects to Launch Phase Two of Development in The District Detroit

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Little Caesars Arena Receives Prestigious Sports Facility of the Year Award at 2018 Sports Business Awards

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SPOTLIGHT: Victoria ‘Tori’ Manix, Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors, Vice President

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The Corner Tap Room at Comerica Park Reopens with New ‘Farm-to-Table’ Menu

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Pewabic Design at Little Caesars Arena Part of Detroit’s Rich Cultural Legacy

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation Certification Takes Off at the Mike Ilitch School of Business

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Michael Bolton’s ‘American Dream’ Documentary Shines Light on Detroit’s Resurgence

The District Detroit’s role in the ongoing rebirth of the city is among many topics that take center stage in singer Michael Bolton’s new documentary, “American Dream: Detroit.”

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SPOTLIGHT: Victoria ‘Tori’ Manix, Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors, Vice President

Tori Manix has been around construction sites since she was a preschooler. Manix, a vice president at Plante Moran’s Real Estate Investment Advisors, grew up learning about real estate and construction through her father’s successful business.

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The Corner Tap Room at Comerica Park Reopens with New ‘Farm-to-Table’ Menu

The Corner Tap Room at Comerica Park has reopened, and it’s back with a fresh farm-to-table menu sourced from nearby locales, including an East Side neighborhood.

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