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Pro-granny flats ordinance moves forward in Ann Arbor

An ordinance that would allow the addition of granny flats, technically known as accessory dwelling units, to single-family homes in the city of Ann Arbor has been recommended for approval by the city's Planning Commission

Michigan Union receives $85M in tender loving construction upgrades

The nearly 100-year-old Michigan Union is set to undergo $85 million in upgrades, the most extensive work done on the building since its construction.

ShapeLog brings data analytics tech to strength training

Ann Arbor-based start-up ShapeLog has designed a technology that utilizes sensors that help bring data analytics to weight rooms, gyms and rehabilitation centers.

McShane's Pub opens second location in Ypsilanti

Bob Roberts and Sean McShane liked going to a bar in Ypsilanti so much that they took it over and turned it into one of their own.

Sweetwaters grows to 7 locations with new cafes in Ann Arbor, Canton

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea is on the precipice of opening its sixth and seventh cafe this summer, an expansion that will cap its 23rd year of growth in the Ann Arbor area.

New subdivision, North Oaks, breaks ground in Ann Arbor

Workers have begun construction on the North Oaks of Ann Arbor subdivision. The development calls for nearly 500 new homes on the north side of Ann Arbor over the next decade.

Ann Arbor's State Theatre in line for $5M in upgrades this fall

The Michigan Theater Foundation has big plans for the State Theatre, and they start with a major renovation of the historic building early this fall.

Bank of Ann Arbor expands to Oakland County with merger

The banks will continue on under the Bank of Ann Arbor brand.

Automation Alley makes investments, adds firms to 7Cs program

The portfolio includes companies that help hospitals collaborate pre-surgery, provide analytics for gyms, offer R&D tools and more.

Next High Growth Happy Hour focuses on real estate

There's an opportunity to hear from two fast growing, local real-estate startups at the next High Growth Happy Hour on Aug. 3  in Detroit’s North End neighborhood.

DC3 launches Detroit City of Design initiative

The Detroit Creative Corridor Center wants to help figure out how best to harness the Motor City's flair for design to improve its local economy. It's launching the Detroit City of Design initiative to make that happen.

Lawrence Hunt signs Tigers catcher endorsement to power brand growth

Lawrence Hunt needed a big name, but not too big, when it came to finding an endorsement for its clothing line. The name that fit that bill: James McCann of the Detroit Tigers.

Greening of Detroit program helps unemployed harvest careers

The Detroit Conservation Corps provides unemployed residents in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park with job training and certification in the landscape industry.

Big data in automotive industry fuels growth at NITS Solutions

The Novi-based data analytics and marketing firm is on a hiring spree.

Retail Boot Camp accepting applications for next session

Budding entrepreneurs hoping to learn more about how to open their own brick-and-mortar locations are in luck.
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