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As Kyle DeWitt and award-winning brewer Tim Schmidt started raising capital to launch a new brewery in southeast Michigan, they “hit a wall” in the amount of funding they could secure through traditional sources.

Published in Finance

Michigan’s lawmakers approved crowdfunding less than 90 days ago. Now they want to authorize stock exchanges. As legislators rush to position the state as a pioneer in equity crowdfunding, experts say there are lots of unanswered questions for business owners and investors.

Published in Finance

A seemingly contradictory mix of greater independence and increased collaboration is helping reshape the traditional models of workspace and development in urban areas.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

As cities across the country focus their growth strategies inward to urban cores, several state agencies in Michigan are collaborating to build an online commonplace for novice and veteran urbanists alike.

Published in Design Build

Proposed changes to the state’s lauded brownfield redevelopment act have proponents of the program hopeful that Michigan could see even more development activity.

Published in Economic Development

Business advocates view a proposal to reform Michigan’s personal property tax as another solid step toward improving the state’s business climate and competitiveness.

Published in Economic Development

Imagine if an old, rundown building in your community was stripped down and rebuilt to be LEED-certified and to have multiple uses with shops on the ground floor and apartments or condos above.

Published in Design Build
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