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Group Wins Credits To Redevelop Four Historic Buildings In Downtown Detroit

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By Jonathan Oosting

The Michigan Economic Growth Authority today approved more than $17 million in brownfield tax credits for the redevelopment of four historic buildings west of Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit.

In separate votes, the board approved credits for the David Whitney Building on Woodward along with the former United Way, Capitol Park and Farwell buildings on Capitol Park.

The David Whitney project won $9.79 million in credits while MEGA awarded the others between $2 million and $3 million each.

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