Historic Preservation

Feature Story826 Spring St.

Ann Arbor's 10 most interesting houses


Feature StoryRob Eisman, Liz Marek, Greg Lobdell and Jon Carlson at the Thompson Block redevelopment on April 2, 2018
Feature StoryMarsha Battle Philpot pointing out her father's record store and her father in Curtis Lewis' mural at Bert's Warehouse Theatre
Feature StoryConstruction in the future performance space at Cahoots
Development NewsBlack Ypsi sign on the First Ward School.
Development NewsState Theatre sign.

State Theatre to reopen after $8.5 million renovation project


Feature StoryRonald Woods in his office at Eastern Michigan University

How Ypsi's past informs its present and shapes its future


Feature StoryLibrarians at Ann Arbor's Carnegie library.

The Backstory: How Ann Arbor's libraries went public


Innovation News300 N. Huron.
Feature StoryBach and Abel storefront.

The Backstory: Hot holiday gifts of 19th-century Ann Arbor


Feature StoryAnn Allen.

The Backstory: Ann Arbor's founding mother, Ann Allen


Feature StoryJohn F. Kennedy at the Michigan Union in 1960.

The Backstory: Presidential campaign stops of Ann Arbor's past


Feature StoryThe Main Street promenade funded by Elizabeth Dean, circa 1966.
Feature Story"Honest Jim" Kingsley.

The Backstory: "Honest Jim" Kingsley


Feature StoryStaff of the Michigan Argus

The Backstory: Early Ann Arbor's multiple newspapers