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Old Posted Mar 21, 2019, 10:53 PM
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Along with the Cambria Hotel announced for downtown Detroit, Koucar will be building one in Shelby Township, along with one in Portland ME and Washington DC.

Cambria Hotel & Suites Shelby, 50741 Corporate Drive

Auto supplier to invest $17 million in new manufacturing center in Pontiac

erae AMS USA Manufacturing LLC, a subsidiary of South Korea-based erae AMS Co. Ltd., which supplies driveline systems, chassis, and electronics systems and components, will create 137 jobs through the project, according to a Wednesday news release from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

The supplier was awarded a $685,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant, which was green-lighted by the Michigan Strategic Fund.

The city of Pontiac, which was chosen over other sites in Indiana and Ohio, is backing the project with a 50 percent property tax abatement, the release says.
'Smart home' features, mechanical car lift among amenities set for luxury Royal Oak apartments

Two developers are on track to inject more luxury living into Royal Oak's Main Street.

Birmingham-based Encore Development plans the 38-unit Elevate Luxury Apartments south of the main downtown and Howell-based LL Real Estate LLC's 65-unit Billings Place is set for the site where Billings Lawn Equipment was recently demolished.

Both are advertising their buildings as upscale with "smart" features and amenities.

Beaumont submits plan to build 117-bed hospital in Oxford

Beaumont Health submitted a certificate-of-need application Feb. 1 to build a 117-bed, $140 million hospital in Oxford, an area the Michigan Certificate-of-Need Commission last September designated a "limited access area" because of a lack of beds within 30 minutes for patients.

A week earlier, Henry Ford Health System filed a CON letter of intent to build a 116-bed, $161.8 million hospital also in Oxford. But because Henry Ford did not file a formal application by the Feb. 1 deadline for the state's comparative review, Henry Ford will have to wait until June to file the application, giving it a slim possibility of winning approval, a state official said.

However, a Henry Ford Health spokesman said in an email to Crain's that the health system did file its certificate of need application by the Feb. 1 deadline. The system did not respond to requests for further information Tuesday night.

Over the past decade, Beaumont has wanted to build another medical-surgical hospital in northern or western Oakland County. A decision from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is expected as early as June on the proposed new hospital, to be called Beaumont Hospital-Oxford.
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