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State Women’s Technology Foundation to Host Executive Connection Summit in Detroit

The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation will host an Executive Connection Summit at Cobo Center in Detroit next month, featuring keynote speaker Mary Barra, chairman and CEO of General Motors Co. The nonprofit organization says Michigan is the No. 1 state for women in IT.

Link Detroit Completes $21M Project Connecting Walking, Biking Paths

The partners of Link Detroit have completed a collection of five projects connecting 20 miles of continuous walking and biking paths in downtown Detroit, Midtown, the riverfront, Eastern Market, and Hamtramck.

Home Building Permits Highest Q1 Across Metro Detroit in 10 Years

The number of building permits was the highest issued for the first quarter in 10 years for single-family and multi-family homes across metro Detroit, the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan in Farmington Hills reported today.

Southfield’s Lear Corp. Opens $22.6M Leather-cutting Plant in Hungary

Southfield-based automotive supplier Lear Corp. today opened its new $22.6 million leather cutting plant in Szolnok, Hungary, located in the country’s central region.

Historic Church to Reopen as Condominiums Near Downtown Milford

The Bell Tower, a new housing project near downtown Milford, includes the redevelopment of the former historic St. Mary's of the Snows Church, built in 1903, into condominiums, along with five new single-family townhomes built across the street. Units will go on sale at the end of the month.

Renovated Strathmore Apartments Plans Summer Opening in Midtown

Multi-million dollar renovations to the Strathmore Apartment building in Detroit’s Midtown district, formerly the historic Strathmore Hotel, are nearing completion with occupancy planned this summer.

DNR to Auction Public Land in Central, Lower Michigan in May

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will begin selling surplus public land in an auction next month that will include nearly 30 parcels, located mainly in central and lower Michigan.