Wayne State University

TechTown broadens focus from high-tech

Wayne State University’s TechTown was intended to incubate high-tech when it was christened a decade ago. However, a survey of the 63 tenants now operating out of the 84-year-old, 120,000-square-foot former Chevy Creative Services building in central Detroit shows nearly two-thirds are […]

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How far will Midtown’s momentum go?

There are two Detroits in the life of Theo Nicholaidis. The first is a city of cafes and galleries, with his favorite crepe restaurant just down the block from his two-bedroom condo, a newly rehabbed unit with hardwood floors, a fireplace and […]

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TechTown firms pleased, but see alleys of opportunity

Tenants at Wayne State University’s TechTown gave an average score of 8 out of 10 when asked by Bridge Magazine to rate the level of incubation and acceleration assistance provided by the business incubator. Said Keith Young, founder and executive adviser to […]

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