Archive for December, 2012

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New Year’s Eve in the D

As 2012 comes to a close, many Detroiters are shuffling to make plans for New Year’s Eve. The premium downtown location of Broderick Tower makes it easy to choose from many event options without having to worry about paying for a hotel, and safe transportation is just a cab ride away!

Here are just a few of the many New Year’s Eve events happening in Detroit. Keep in mind many of these events will sell out, so make your plans early and remember most are 21 and up. Read more…

Volunteering to serve a meal to the less fortunate is a great way to give back this holiday season. (Photo credit: Dave Sampson, Mariners Inn).

The season of giving: Detroit nonprofits need holiday volunteers

As the saying goes, it is better to give than to receive. The holiday season is a great opportunity to give back to those in need. While monetary donations are key for nonprofits, these organizations also depend on volunteers who are willing to donate their time and service. Broderick Tower residents – if you have some extra time to spare over the next few weeks, consider volunteering for one of the many deserving nonprofits in the area.

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Exploring the GM Renaissance Center

When you think of iconic pictures of Detroit, chances are the images that come to mind include the GM Renaissance Center. This skyscraper is one of the most recognizable buildings in the Detroit skyline, yet not many people know just how much you can find inside this great building. Read more…

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Getting to know the Detroit Public Library

When you can do research online and read books on your Kindle what’s the point of going to a library, right? Wrong! The Detroit Public Library‘s main branch, just a few miles up Woodward from Broderick Tower, has so much to offer — and we’re not just talking books. Read more…