The TechTown urban redevelopment project plans to replace crumbling Detroit infrastructure with sustainable development and collaborative, high-tech startups.
A growing urban farm in the Detroit area looks to expand into aquaponics, the combination of hydroponics, or growing plants without soil, with fish farming
To help bring nature back to the Motor City, an architecture firm wants to transform an open riverfront plaza in the heart of downtown into a dense, primeval forest.
A new multifamily development being planned for the Detroit area may change a few opinions on the spartan, post-industrial nature of containerized living spaces.
Forget the windmill and plastic animals — Detroit’s Urban Put-Put mini golf course is part park, part art project, and built around hazards like a car wrecks.
Detroit-area youth participating in the Conservation Leadership Program will help to improve parks and urban farms this summer while gaining green job skills.
Midtown Detroit, Inc., is the non-profit that has brought greenways, community gardens, rehabilitated housing, and now, even a Whole Foods to Detroit’s Midtown.
A former Model T showroom in midtown Detroit has found new life as a green building offering offices and workspaces for triple-bottom line businesses.
A group takes Detroit’s abandoned residential real estate and puts it work, as renewable power for surrounding homes and as a source of creative power.
Detroit’s historic Garden Theater is among five buildings that will benefit from $296,000 in energy-efficiency upgrade grants.
Big Bundle Solar Laundry in the Detroit suburb of Warren is a very small new business, but it’s demonstrating creativity and spunk in an area that needs it.