Adding to what is the highest concentration of steakhouses in Michigan, J. Alexander’s Holdings Inc. today announced it will open a new Stoney River Steakhouse and Grill on Oct. 29 at 155 West Big Beaver Road (near Livernois) in the Columbia Center campus in Troy.
Troy’s Arab American and Chaldean Council hosted its 39th Annual Civic and Humanitarian Awards Gala on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center. The event celebrates the ACC’s establishment in 1979 and honors individuals who are visionaries in their respective areas of work. The gala attracts nearly 1,000 guests.
The M Den and Olympia Development of Michigan today announced that the official merchandise retailer for University of Michigan athletic apparel will open its first Detroit location along the new Columbia Street shopping and dining destination next year.
A total of 503 single-family permits were issued in Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne counties in August 2018, according to a new report from the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan. This is more than the 440 permits the association’s econometric model had forecasted.
East Lansing’s Michigan State University Wednesday announced it has received $2 million to help develop next-generation designs for long-duration storage on the U.S. power grid. MSU will work with partners Arizona State University, Dresser-Rand, and Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures on the project.
Southwest Solutions in Detroit Wednesday announced it has received a $2.5-million gift from Judith Yaker to establish the Sam L. and Judith Yaker Fund that will be used to catalyze homeownership and revitalization in the Chadsey-Condon neighborhood in southwest Detroit.
The Kiefer Foundation in Plymouth, which trains and educates teenage drivers and their parents about the importance of safe and responsible driving, Wednesday announced the second phase of a project with the Michigan Department of Transportation to install a 1.3-mile stretch of protective cable guardrail on I-96 near East Lansing.
Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System today announced it will occupy all of Royal Oak City Center, a new six-story, 145,000-square-foot, high-tech outpatient medical center that is expected to open in mid-2020.
David DiChiera, Founder and Former General Director of Michigan Opera Theatre in Detroit, Passes Away
David DiChiera, founder and long-time general director of Michigan Opera Theatre (MOT), died Tuesday at his home in Detroit with his family by his side. He was 83 years old and had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March 2017.
Metro Detroit home sales are down year-over-year while the median sales price has increased, according to the August 2018 RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan Housing Report.
Kelly Services Inc., a large workforce solutions firm in Troy, today announced the retirement of Terence E. “Terry” Adderley as chairman, and elected lead director Donald R. Parfet to be its next chairman. George S. Corona will continue as president and CEO of Kelly Services and remain a member of Kelly’s board, while Adderley remains the controlling shareholder.
CarbonTV, a Southfield-based outdoor, online over-the-top (OTT) streaming content site, Tuesday announced the relaunch of CarbonTV.com. Updates include a streamlined interface, faster-loading content, and a predictive featured-content engine that will provide a customized experience.