SUCCESS COMES FROM RESULTS
KNOWING THAT YOU CAN CHANGE SOMETHING FOR THE BETTER IS A GREAT STEP TOWARDS PROGRESS
SOME OF THE THE THINGS WE'VE DONE
Zoning change slakes thirst for alcohol in Detroit restaurants
SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS NEED LEGAL COUNSEL AS MUCH AS LARGER ORGANIZATIONS
WDIV FLASHPOINT: CONDITIONS AT DPS, FLINT WATER CRISIS
For years, if a restaurateur wanted to open an alcohol-serving establishment in Detroit outside of the central business district, he or she was hamstrung.
That's because of an alarming amount of red tape and delays to earning that privilege.
But things are changing.
A zoning change that advocates describe as a win for restaurant owners outside of downtown's 1.6 square miles — particularly with the proliferation of new dining spots there and in the...
The dramatic unveilings at the North American International Auto Show had some competition for headlines with the water crisis in Flint and the conditions at Detroit public schools...
Seeking legal advice for entrepreneurs is a daunting task for some while others don't believe there's a need for an attorney. However, having legal counsel is just as critical for a small business owner as is for a larger organization.
For example, do you know the legal ramifications of a failed business relationship? Do you have the right legal entity for your business that reflects your vision for the company? And do you know how you're protected under the...
DEVELOPMENT IN DETROIT IS HAPPENING. NOW.
GREAT DESIGN – embodied in intention, process, beauty, intelligence, and longevity - makes the difference. What is planned, designed and built on a single lot affects the block, the street, the neighborhood, and ultimately an entire city and its citizens.
Given Detroit’s pace of development, the city is poised to construct over one thousand new projects in the next thirty years. Imagine over one thousand opportunities for great design to create an exceptional city.
If Detroit continues to develop with...
TO VISIT CITY
Efforts to enhance the architectural design quality in Detroit will bring a group of that city’s leaders to Columbus next month.
The Detroit-based Hudson-Webber Foundation is sponsoring a visit to Columbus by leaders of the Detroit Architecture Pilot, an exploratory group of community and civic leaders in Detroit who are researching ways to enhance the city’s “built” environment, said Abir Ali, a developer of the pilot program.