Detroit—Local businessman Dave Bing has rounded up a number of sports and business leaders to back Watermark Detroit, a $60 million luxury residential development planned for the city’s east riverfront. More

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Smart Development

There may be only two true certainties in life—death and taxes, of course—but... More

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Tax-Free Living

Imagine marketing condominiums with the promise of nearly tax-free living–no... More

GMACCH sold, renamed Capmark

Detroit – GMAC Commercial Holding Corp. (GMACCH), which was recently acquired by an investor group, has changed its name to Capmark Financial Group, Inc. The name change is being made effective in the second quarter of this year. More

Analysts optimistic for Detroit

Detroit – Apartment vacancies here dropped to 7 percent in the first quarter of 2006, down from a peak of 7.3 percent at the end of 2005, according to a survey of the 206,474 apartments in the metropolitan area by Reis, Inc. More

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To Curtis Walker, there's no better place to work than the multifamily industry. "... More

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Factory Built

Dozens of new, low-income apartments went on the rental market this September in... More

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Living the High Life

In 1993, The Habitat Co. abolished apartment rent concessions. During a time when... More

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