Here are a few stories we've been reading. 

Delays in former Tiger Stadium development

Last year, Corktown received a large Choice Neighborhoods grant for affordable housing, spreading over three projects. One of the most visible would be a 60-unit site in the former Tiger Stadium's Left Field. The project was expected to break ground last summer, but has been delayed due to rising construction costs and a dispute over a scoreboard on the property put there by PAL. If these issues can get resolved, we could see a groundbreaking next month, with the project complete by the end of 2023. But the delay in this new construction also delays the renovation of Clement Kern Gardens, also part of the grant. Crain's Detroit Business

Downriver office building goes residential

A prominent office building in Southgate is changing with the times. The 14-story Southgate Tower has been empty for the past few years and new owners plan to convert the offices into 201 apartments. Various reasons led to the decision, including increased demand for housing in the area, plus financial incentives for projects like this. We've seen increased projects like this in the suburbs, including the upcoming conversion of the old Hyatt Regency in Dearborn. Detroit Free Press

Hudson's Tower hotel

We should expect an official announcement soon for the hotel concept going into the Hudson's site. Kirk Pinho reports that the Edition Hotel will open in the development. The brand is run by Ian Schrager, co-founder of Studio 54, and has hotels in West Hollywood, Miami Beach, and New York. Crain's Detroit Business

The Detroit Central Market lands in Greenfield Village

Fans of history have another reason to spend some time in Greenfield Village. Detroit Central Market, which once stood downtown in the 19th century, has been reconstructed at the historical Dearborn destination. After a few decades downtown, the market was set up on Belle Isle. The Henry Ford purchased it in 2003. Visitors can now check out the lovely detail in the nearly $2 million restoration. Greenfield Village intends to use it for special events, including markets, in the future. Detroit News