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Regional development news round-up for June

A pitch competition in Pontiac, vibrant downtowns in Oakland County, a Peregrine Falcon named Grace in Macomb County, and more in our June development roundup.


Downtown Pontiac's newest tenant is a women's professional clothing boutique with a mission

Career Dress provides women of low- to -moderate-income with professional attire to help them gain employment and obtain economic independence.

Bike loop, fix-it stations, and more coming to Pontiac

Several bike-friendly initiatives are the latest effort to make Pontiac more livable, likeable and economically viable.



Is Pontiac the model for blight removal in Michigan?

Pontiac is getting aggressive when it comes to the remediation of problem properties, particularly vacant homes, in distressed neighborhoods.





M1 Concourse starts its engines


Pulse Design christens new digs in Pontiac


After several years of running a marketing firm from her Waterford home, Tany Nagy found an eye-catching office in Pontiac to be the the best fit for her expanding Pulse Design Studio.

The office at 2409 Voorheis St.  is celebrating completion of one year of renovations that turned the 900-square-foot space into an open, flexible, colorful office "that feels warm and inviting," Nagy says. "The backyard boasts an enclosed patio that has a featured tiered garden and Adirondack chairs for staff and guests to enjoy the outdoors...The exterior of the building has a distinctive modern and asymmetrical zinc clad awning and yellow painted door that catches your attention as you drive by."

Pulse Design Studio has four employees designing presentations, graphics, PowerPoints, sell sheets and other marketing needs for print, online and in-person branding campaigns for companies such as Dannon, Barilla, Bing Maps, Claritin and others. A grand opening is set for June 27.

"After thoroughly searching the surrounding areas to lease an office, we had no luck with spaces that were small enough to fit our needs. The option to purchase our building came at the end of our searching, and ended up being the best option for us -- especially with the vision of what the renovations could do for our needs based on the existing architecture," Nagy says.

"The location on Voorheis St. is also a highly traversed section in the Waterford/Pontiac area, and we get excellent exposure daily. I run into people all the time that ask me where we're at, and I say the modern building off of Voorheis, and they say 'I know that place, I drive past that all the time.' "Overall,this building could not have turned out to be a more perfect space for us, and we look forward to being here for many, many more years ahead."

Source: Tany Nagy, founder and principal designer, Pulse Design Studio
Writer: Kim North Shine


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