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Eastern Market projects could add more than 210 residential units to area

A pair of large mixed-use projects — one a new development, another a redevelopment of several buildings and construction of a new one — in the Eastern Market area are working their way through Detroit City Council approvals, with more than 210 new residential units possible for the greater downtown enclave.

The first project, which is what a source said is expected to cost $35 million to $40 million, is planned for the area generally bounded by Gratiot Avenue to the north and Rivard, Russell and Maple streets.

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