JC Reindl, Detroit Free Press

JC Reindl

Detroit Free Press

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by JC:

Apartments, condos get snapped up fast at old Tiger Stadium site

Developers say there is strong demand for the new apartments and condos at and around the old Tiger Stadium site in Corktown in Detroit. → Read More

Dan Gilbert built a strong leadership team. Here's who they are

As Dan Gilbert recovers from a stroke, we look at the leaders he has assembled to run his vast operations. Many joined him early in their careers. → Read More

Ford pumped 227,000 gallons of water out of Detroit train depot

Ford Motor Co. says it remains on schedule and within budget for its $350 million renovation of a long-vacant train depot in Detroit → Read More

Businessman linked to attorney Mike Morse pleads guilty to tax crime

A metro Detroit businessman who insurance companies Allstate and State Farm have linked to high-profile attorney Mike Morse took a plea deal. → Read More

Greektown Casino sale to Penn National approved, will happen Thursday

The Michigan Gaming Control Board gave final approval Tuesday for the $1 billion sale of Greektown Casino Hotel. → Read More

Luxury condo building in Birmingham has been sitting mostly empty for 2 years

Only two of the 10 high-end condos at The Forefront in downtown Birmingham sold, raising questions about the depth of the new luxury condo market. → Read More

Olga's Kitchen to return to Detroit with new MGM Grand restaurant

Olga's Kitchen will soon open its first location in Detroit next month inside the MGM Grand casino since it closed a downtown restaurant in 2015. → Read More

What Michigan no-fault reform bills would mean for drivers

The no-fault overhaul bills in the Michigan Legislature would likely lower auto insurance premiums for those who opt for less coverage. → Read More

Ilitch organization to get $74M bonus for hitting arena district goal

The Ilitch organization will receive $74 million for hitting a contractual goal to invest $200 million in a new district around Little Caesars Arena. → Read More

Bird, Lime, Spin scooters return to Detroit, some prices up

All three scooter brands have returned to Detroit this spring, although some scooters are higher priced and harder to find. → Read More

Mich. environmental activists cheer at 'funeral' for nuclear power

Environmental activist were in a buoyant mood at a "funeral" in southeast Michigan for nuclear power, which is under financial stress. → Read More

Aldi, Menards to open in planned 'luxury' development in Bloomfield Hills

The Village at Bloomfield straddles Pontiac and Bloomfield Township and features a new Aldi, Menards, Hampton Inn, 100s of apartments and more. → Read More

Troubled LightRX laser spas could exit bankruptcy with new ownership

A decision to expand too quickly has instead ended in Farmington Hills-based LightRX downsizing from 88 nationwide locations to 25. → Read More

New Detroit apartments for rent for $750? Here's how that happened

A new program is adding upstairs apartments to some two-story commercial buildings in southwest Detroit and the new spaces will be reasonably priced. → Read More

Study blames medical claims for high auto insurance rates in Michigan

A new study by an insurance industry group blames soaring medical claims and an explosion in lawsuits for Michigan's high auto insurance rates. → Read More

Lawsuit: Metro Detroit medical clinics ran big no-fault insurance scam

Insurance giant Allstate claims it fell victim to a wide-ranging fraud involving numerous medical clinics, lawyers and no-fault insurance patients. → Read More

'Radicalized' couple behind viral AOC ad launches pro-socialism, Netflix-like service

Two filmmakers who gained national attention for making a campaign video for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are launching a pro-socialism media company. → Read More

Detroit couple creates Netflix-like service with pro-socialist programming

Two filmmakers who gained national attention for making a campaign video for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are launching a pro-socialism media company. → Read More

Dan Gilbert defends Quicken Loans over 'junk' bond rating

Quicken Loans' 'junk' bond rating raises questions about the long-term stability of the company and downtown Detroit's continued resurgence. → Read More

Detroit hotel growth's not slowing. Here's what's open, what's planned

Detroit hotels were once mostly empty and desperate for guests. Now the hotel industry is desperate to add more rooms for the many guests. → Read More