Friday, January 4, 2013
The project is set to open in September.
Even in winter, construction is progressing on Dearborn's first student housing project. The project, set to be completed by September, is a $30 million investment. The Union at Dearborn will provide housing for up to 500 University of Michigan-Dearborn students. The Union at Dearborn officially began offering leases Nov. 14. Check out floor plans, pricing and more at www.unionatdearborn.com.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Big projects, elections, event—here's what's happening in Dearborn in 2013.
It's 2013—but what does that mean for Dearborn? Here's what residents can expect in the coming year. Dearborn's Intermodal Passenger Rail Station Armed with full federal funding, the City of Dearborn officially kicked off construction on the new train station in September of 2012. The fast-paced project is set to be completed in the fall of 2013—and with it, big plans for helping to welcome more visitors to Dearborn, as well as create more sustainability for the west downtown area. University of Michigan-Dearborn Student Housing Also set for completion in 2013 is a new student housing option for University of Michigan-Dearborn students. The project, located on Town Center Drive across the street from the main campus, is under construction …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The Union at Dearborn released its pricing structure for its upcoming student housing project this week, set to open September 2013.
University of Michigan-Dearborn students will have a new housing option come 2013—but can they afford it? Leasing rates were announced this week for The Union at Dearborn, which is set to open 500 studio, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom student apartments by September of 2013 in renovated space on Town Center Drive in Dearborn. The reaction to the prices has been mixed, with several students remarking on The Union's Facebook page that rates seem too high. "For most these rates, you're better off finding an apartment with a roommate," student Uzoma Okeke wrote. "I was excited about living on my own, but I'd like to keep my arm and leg thank you," Greg Van Gorp added. Representatives have stated that it's not yet known whether …