New Detroit-based nonprofit wants to help women, people of color navigate pitfalls of entrepreneurship
Starting a business can be very a scary venture. Where do you start? What do you need? How much is it going to cost and where will it come from?
Grand Innovation helps aspiring and seasoned business owners answer those questions. Powered by Lifeline Business Consulting LLC., Grand Innovation is a 501c3 organization focused on breaking down barriers that have historically kept minorities and women from starting and maintaining successful businesses.
A community meeting will be held for residents in and around the Russell Woods and Nardin Park areas to recommendations from the City of Detroit’s Planning Department on Strategic Neighborhood Fund-related improvements to the area on Thursday night.
After a series of community meetings, the Planning Department will unveil its plans based comments and other feedback from residents over the next year, culminating in a final meeting tentatively scheduled in January 2019.
On a street dotted with empty lots and few businesses, the last thing any Detroiter familiar with the Dexter-Linwood neighborhood would expect to see is a newly opened coffee shop. But Eleos (pronounced el-ee-OSS) Coffee at Dexter and Elmhurst is here, still holding steady after opening on this commercial corridor a year ago.
Every once in awhile, I think about the corned beef sandwiches from Dexter Esquire. The old sandwich shop that used to be on Dexter Avenue in Russell Woods, next to the Arbor Drugs that eventually became a CVS, is no more.
At The Neighborhoods, we’re interested in hearing from everybody in Detroit about what matters most to you.
Do you have a story to tell about what your community group is doing in the neighborhood? Tell us.
Do you have a story to tell about a home that needs to come down in your neighborhood? Tell us.