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Birmingham-based Crowdfunding Platform Allows Non-Accredited Investors Invest in Michigan Real Estate
Pure Capital Funding, a Birmingham-based crowdfunding platform, is offering the first opportunity for non-accredited Michigan lenders to invest in Michigan-based real estate projects.
Old World Europe is coming to las stradas (Italian for “the streets”) of downtown Birmingham when La Strada Dolci e Caffé, a European-style café, opens in June.
Detroit’s Corktown Inn at one time offered by-the-hour room rentals, however, starting in June, the hotel hopes to get a new start with about a $1.5-million makeover and a new name —Trumbull & Porter.
While the growth of new businesses in metro Detroit in recent years has been a good thing, it has also brought on more, and tougher competition. Enter, Romy Gingras, the founder of Gingras Global, a business consulting firm in Auburn Hills. Gingras helps businesses, specifically social enterprises, stand out in the crowd. DBusiness Daily News spoke with Gingras about the entrepreneurial scene in Detroit and her work with women business owners and entrepreneurs with a social mission.
The Triple Nickel Restaurant and Bar, an American-themed tavern, opens today at 555 S. Old Woodward Ave. in Birmingham.
Just in time for the spring season, professional golfer and Michigan-native Bob Krause has renovated a downtown Birmingham office space into a membership center for golfers to practice and train year-round, called 4-Seasons Golf Sports Club.
Detroit-based Dykema, a large law firm with offices across Michigan and the country, announced today that it will join with Texas-based Cox Smith law firm, effective May 1.
Entrepreneurs Dennis Archer, Jr. and Christopher Brochert, along with partner and general manager Ken Karam, today announced plans to open Central Kitchen + Bar (Central), a modern American gastro pub in downtown Detroit’s First National Building at 660 Woodward.
The Hudson-Webber Foundation, a group that focuses on the revitalization of downtown Detroit and surrounding districts such as Midtown and Corktown, says more than $9 billion has been invested in real estate projects in the 7.2-square-mile area since 2006.