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Yard House to offer beer, modern American dining experience in Troy

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Yard House, a restaurant and bar featuring more than two miles of beer lines and more than 100 made-from-scratch menu items, opened in Troy on Monday, Dec. 17.

“We’re so happy to be opening a Yard House in this wonderful city,” says Nathan Scheffler, general manager of the Troy location. “We learned early in our planning process that Troy is a great place with long-term growth potential.”

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Troy's Protean Electric joins effort to produce in-wheel motors for intelligent connected vehicles

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Troy-based Protean Electric Ltd. has joined two international companies to develop and manufacture in-wheel motors for the next generation of intelligent connected vehicles.

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Troy's Continental acquires Ferndale's United Vending and Market Services

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Troy-based Continental, Michigan’s largest food management company, announced it has acquired Ferndale’s United Vending and Market Services. The United team will join the Continental team. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Yard House to open first Michigan location in Troy

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Famous for its 32-ounce, half-yard beer glass, Yard House will open its first Michigan restaurant this December in Troy. The new location is scheduled to open Dec. 10 at 950 W. Big Beaver Road, within the City Center Shoppes.

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DJI opens drone shop in Troy with grand opening

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DJI, a leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, announced the grand opening of its first DJI authorized retail store in Michigan. The store is at 512 W. 14 Mile Road in Troy, as an outlot to Oakland Mall, near I-75.

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Troy's NAI to open manufacturing facility in China

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NAI, a Troy-based manufacturer of global connectivity solutions for high-performance systems used in the industrial technology, telecom, and medical industries, announced the opening of a manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China. 

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After decades of attempts, bicycle and pedestrian trailway opens in Troy

He laughs when he says it, but Kurt Bovensiep can only laugh because it’s true. The city of Troy has been working on developing a bicycle and pedestrian trail system since 1974.

One obstacle after another, from property owner disputes to the Great Recession of 2008, has stymied efforts to develop a trail over the years. But in 2018, the city of Troy can finally say it has the beginnings of its own trails network.

While the grand opening celebration for Troy Trails & Pathways isn’t until Wednesday, Aug. 1, the trail itself is indeed already open. Enthusiasm for the trail was so high, says Bovensiep, that bikers and walkers were on the heels of construction workers as each section of asphalt was poured.

Today, riders can take the 1.3-mile asphalt trail from the Troy Town Center, through P. Terry & Barbara Knight Park, past Wattles Road (where a pedestrian safety island has been installed), and finish at Troy Historic Village. The trail largely takes users off city streets and sidewalks and into the woods.

"People are saying, I can’t believe I’m in the middle of suburban Troy yet feel like I’m in such a natural area," Bovensiep says.

This is just the beginning for Troy Trails & Pathways. While no specific plans have been announced, Bovensiep hopes to connect the trail to a larger network of trails, making it a viable alternative transportation route. The goal is to connect to the Clinton River Trail, either through Auburn Hills or Rochester Hills, which itself is planned to connect to the statewide Iron Belle Trail system.

The Troy city council has appropriated $750,000 for the trail for each of the next three years.

A grand opening celebration is planned for Troy Trails & Pathways for Wednesday, Aug. 1, with updates available online.

Got a development news story to share? Email MJ Galbraith here or send him a tweet @mikegalbraith.


McLaren Automotive to add region's first retailer in Troy's Suburban Collection

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McLaren Automotive, a British luxury sports cars and supercars company, has announced a new retailer in Troy. McLaren Troy is the first and only retailer in the region to provide McLaren sales and service operations and the latest addition to The Suburban Collection of dealerships at the Troy Motor Mall.

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MOD Pizza: Troy's Big Beaver location offers chance to have pizza - and career - "made-on-demand"

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Kevin Hamilton, general manager of MOD Pizza on Big Beaver Road in Troy, smiles in awe as he stands in the midst of his restaurant’s frenzied, first-day activity.

“Opening this store has been a wonderful, uphill roller coaster,” he says. “This team is amazing. Their personalities bring the MOD experience to life as we serve the freshest, fastest pizzas while also serving the community with employment opportunities and local philanthropy.”

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Polka on over to this new Polish restaurant in Troy

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The Polka Restaurant and Beer Cafe has all of the traditional dishes you would expect to find at a Polish restaurant. It was started by the same people who own the popular Polish market which is right next door. 

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New restaurant boasting Wagyu and Kobe hot dogs coming to Troy

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When hot dog café Loaded Links opens this summer in Troy, visitors of the fast-casual concept can try hot dogs with gourmet toppings like tempura avocado and truffle mayo and franks made with Kobe and Wagyu beef. 

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Israeli manufacturer opens first U.S. office in Troy's Automation Alley

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Eilor Magnetic Cores, an Israeli company that manufactures blocks and tape-wound magnetic cores, has opened its first location in the United States in Troy.

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Cantoro Italian Trattoria to open in May in former Tre Monti space in Troy

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Cantoro Italian Market and Trattoria in Plymouth Township announced it will open a new trattoria at 1695 E. Big Beaver Road in Troy, behind the San Marino Club in the space formerly occupied by Tre Monti. The announcement was made by Cantoro Italian Market and Trattoria owners and brothers John and Michael Fallone.

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First Tesla Michigan gallery opens at Somerset

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Silicon Valley-based Tesla Inc. opened its first stand-alone gallery space in Michigan in the Somerset Collection mall off of Big Beaver Road. The gallery is located next to the Apple Store which opened in 2002 and has been an inspiration for the luxury carmaker’s direct-to-consumer, shopping-center marketing.

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uBreakiFix plans expansion across Metro Detroit

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National technology repair company uBreakiFix, which has opened five metro Detroit stores in just over a year, plans additional expansion in the region in the next two years.

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