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  • Roll Out the Barrel House

    A former summer camp whose design came straight from the funny pages gets a new life as a museum.

  • Gluing Laminate to Drywall - It's Not as Straightforward as It Sounds

    This thread from the JLC Forums starts with a question about what glues--other than contact cement--can be used in a tight spot behind cabinets to adhere a laminate backsplash.

  • Production Demolition Comes to Detroit

    A nonprofit intends to do for demolition what an earlier generation did for production building

  • Main Branch Riverwalk

    Annual Design Review 2010: Move: Citation

  • Can This Planner Save Detroit?

    An interview with Toni L. Griffin, the star urban planner hired to reshape Detroit.

  • MSHDA Announces Leadership Changes

    Keith Molin is leaving as executive director of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA)

  • Developing in the Heartland

    Vacancy and cap rates in many Midwest markets are coming down, according to regional experts.

  • Green Building Sprouts in Detroit

    DETROIT Partners nonprofit Northwest Detroit Neighborhood Development, Inc.

  • Supportive Housing Hit Hard

    The economic downturn is taking a toll on some of the people who need resources and housing the most. Funds and investors are taking to the sidelines, and special-needs projects are being put on hold, in some cases for an unknown amount of time.

  • Struggling to Close

    LANSING, MICH.—Keith Molin thinks investors in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) should take a good look at his state.