Redevelopment

Brad Angle, Melinda Ann O'Neill and Makinley Angle at 17 North

New businesses proliferate on downtown Ypsi's Washington Street


Zac Fosler and Marquan Jackson at New Parkridge

Rethinking and revamping Ypsi's public housing


Linda French outside of Sidetrack Bar & Grill

Digging into Depot Town's latest resurgence


Attendees at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
Over 100 residents packed the Ypsilanti Freighthouse for the special meeting.
Bill Stolberg gives Riley Hollenbaugh a trim at Bill's Barber Shop.
Beth Ernat at Ypsilanti CIty Hall
The Blind Pig and 8 Ball Saloon
The interior of HOMES Brewery.
Mark Maynard and Jesse Kranyak in the lobby of Landline Creative Labs.

Take a look inside Ypsi's newly opened Landline Creative Labs


Rendering of Michigan Avenue redesign
Mark Maynard at Landline Creative Labs.
Renovations at the Ark.
Citizens for Ypsi logo.
Fred Beal in front of the future Kingsley Condominiums

9 developments that will change Ann Arbor's skyline in 2017


Concept art for Lisa Sauvé's proposed "Sediment" installation along Stadium Boulevard.

The Ann Arbor Art Center wants your vote for public art


East Main Redevelopment logo
Jesse Kranyak and Mark Maynard at 209 Pearl Street

Landline Creative Labs: The next step in Ypsi's renaissance?


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