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Mexican-inspired restaurant to open in former Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe space.
By Adrienne Roberts, Crain's Detroit Business
The third and final commercial tenant of the former Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe space in Detroit will be Bakersfield, a restaurant chain offering Mexican-inspired street fare.
Brewster-Wheeler, Eastern Market, Brush Park plan increases to $416.6 million, 1,037 housing units
By: Kirk Pinho, Crain's Detroit
More details of one of the most sweeping development plans in greater downtown in recent memory were unceremoniously made public Friday on the city of Detroit's website.
Grey Ghost draws crowds while finding its place
By Molly Abraham, The Detroit News
When people are really determined to get to a particular destination — say a hot new restaurant — they don’t let obstacles like detours for road closures and lack of parking space get in their way.
Grey Ghost Detroit opens in Brush Park
By Mark Kurlyandchik, Detroit Free Press
"Thirteen years have passed since John Vermiglio left Clinton Township for culinary school in Rhode Island, dreaming of returning home one day to open a restaurant of his own.
That dream will finally become a reality Thursday when the hotly anticipated Grey Ghost Detroit swings open in the city's Brush Park neighborhood, 10 months after the project was first publicly announced.
Work underway on $65M Scott at Brush Park development
By: John Gallagher, Detroit Free Press
"With so many of downtown Detroit's empty buildings already being renovated, developers have begun to build ground-up projects to meet rising demand for apartments and retail shops.
On Monday, Mayor Mike Duggan and other business and civic leaders celebrated one such project, the $65-million Scott at Brush Park mixed-use project."
Grey Ghost restaurant to settle in former Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe Space
By: Laura Cassar, Crain's Detroit Business
"Grey Ghost, a new meat-centered restaurant and cocktail bar, has found a home in Midtown Detroit.
"Simple, raw and clean" is how partner and chef John Vermiglio described the restaurant's newly announced space at 47 E. Watson St. at Woodward Avenue in Detroit, former home of Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe, which closed in 2014."
Financing finalized for $65 million The Scott at Brush Park apartment development
By: Kirk Pinho, Crain's Detroit
"The financing package has been finalized for an under-construction multifamily development with 199 apartment units in Detroit that is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
HGTV speeds ahead with Gillis mansion rehab work
By John Gallagher, Detroit Free Press
The Ransom Gillis mansion, long a symbol of decay in Detroit's Brush Park district, will be completely renovated and ready for new occupants in a few weeks.
On Thursday executives of the Quicken Loans/Rock Ventures family of companies, which owns the mansion, joined HGTV host Nicole Curtis of the show "Rehab Addict" on a media tour of the home. Built in the 1870s at the height of Brush Park's elegance, the home barely survived decades of blight with only its brick walls intact.
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