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Jolly Pumpkin to add restaurant to Dexter facility and taproom

Dexter's Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales is adding a full service restaurant to its main brewing facility, the ultimate complement to its already popular taproom.

Lucky Monkey plans tattoo parlor for breast cancer survivors

Ann Arbor's Lucky Monkey Tattoo is moving out of downtown to the city's west side due to rising rents. But it's also opening a second location in Whitmore Lake, one that caters to female clientele and, most especially, breast cancer survivors.

Foundry Lofts welcomes its first residents to downtown Ann Arbor

Foundry Lofts welcomed its first tenants earlier this month, bringing 200 new residents to high-rise living in downtown Ann Arbor.

Weber's wraps up latest renovation by modernizing hotel rooms

Weber's recently wrapped up its latest phase of renovation, breathing new life and decor into its 158 hotel rooms on Ann Arbor’s west side.

Oxford Companies narrows artist submissions for latest mural

This summer, Oxford Companies intends to put up another large mural in downtown Ann Arbor. It will go on the side of 1214 S. State St. near the University of Michigan campus, and cover nearly 500 square feet.

East Main redevelopment opens, breathes new life into downtown Milan

The East Main redevelopment is done. Leases have been signed and people and businesses are moving in to the new crown jewel of downtown Milan.

Ann Arbor Art Center plans for large public art project on Stadium Blvd

The Ann Arbor Art Center is soliciting proposals for large art installations for a retaining wall to be built on Stadium Boulevard.

Neuro Fitness opens in Ann Arbor as first step in U.S. expansion plan

Neuro Fitness Wellness Center is opening its second location in Ann Arbor, and it's the first step toward a plan for nationwide expansion across the U.S..

Ypsilanti creates NEZ tax incentives for city's south side

The city of Ypsilanti is giving a boost to the neighborhoods on its south side now that the Ypsilanti City Council has passed a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone covering roughly 10 percent of the city’s housing stock.

Plans for Ann Arbor's The Glen evolve into mix of hotel and apartments

The Glen development near downtown Ann Arbor has tweaked its construction plans after speaking with city and local residents, adding rental apartments to its hotel plans.

Sizzles Burgers and Subs brings Mediterranean twist to downtown Ypsilanti

American dream in action. Dearborn resident Mohamed Fayed left his job at Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems to become his own boss. Now he's opening Sizzles Burgers and Subs in a long neglected storefront in downtown Ypsilanti.

Construction of craftsman-style homes set for Ann Arbor's Banyan Court

Construction is scheduled to begin on new set of Craftsman-style homes in Banyan Court, one of the rare subdivisions built inside the freeway loop around Ann Arbor.

U-M-themed Pretzel Bell to open restaurant, sports bar next week

A small group of U-M alumni have decided to reinvigorate the Pretzel Bell brand, opening a new restaurant in the old Lena and Habana space at Liberty and Main streets.

Liberty Flats aims to fill missing middle in Ann Arbor housing market

Liberty Flats' 68-unit apartment complex in Ann Arbor aims to provide housing for middle-class families on the city’s west side.

Granny flats stir the development pot in Ann Arbor

The city of Ann Arbor is proposing to rewrite the regulations governing accessory dwelling units, making it easier for home owners to build a small apartment into their principal residence.
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