Mapping Detroit’s construction boom

An overhead rendering of a redeveloped brick building with the downtown Detroit skyline in the background

Rendering of Elton Park in Corktown | Soave Real Estate

Detroit is seeing a resurgence in construction that hasn’t taken place in decades. And while we’ve heard much about the skyrocketing cost of construction, building continues on dozens of huge projects across the city.

Since our last update, we’ve seen the following projects finish or near completion: B. Siegel’s on Livernois, Baltimore Station 1, James Place Lofts, the Element Hotel at the Metropolitan Building, Atwater Beach, the Shinola Hotel, the Farwell Building, the Corner.

That said, we still removed projects from the list that have stalled or seem unlikely to finish, like the Packard Plant, Stone Soap Building, and Meijer’s mixed-use building on Jefferson Avenue.

Some of the largest developments, both underway and in the planning stages, can also be found on our transformational developments map.

Did we leave out a project you’re looking forward to seeing? Let us know in the comments section.

Note: Developments are ordered from west to east.