DETROIT – Following a two-month request for qualification process, the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) has named Sinai Redevelopment Group, LLC to lead the redevelopment of the former Sinai Hospital property.The 34-acre site is located at 6 Mile and Hubbell on Detroit’s northwest side Five RFQ proposals were submitted to manage the project.

According to the RFQ filings, Sinai Redevelopment Group LLC is made up of a team of Detroit-based businesses including Schostak Brothers & Company Inc.; Pierce, Monroe & Associates, LLC; Star Development & Financial Corporation; Cullen and Freddie Dubose of Painia Development Corporation; and Samuel H. Thomas of Star Development & Financial Corporation.

The team is 43% minority-owned. “The Detroit Medical Center remains committed to working with the neighborhood surrounding the former Sinai Hospital,” says Conrad Mallett Jr., chief legal and administrative officer of the DMC. “Now that we have found a qualified development team, we will spend the next several weeks planning and outlining the appropriate kinds of housing to be developed as well as determining opportunities for local, state and federal financial partners.”

Initial plans include: o A second round of community meetings designed to introduce the development team and keep the neighbors connected with the project.

o Scheduling of first round of local, state and federal official meetings to ascertain opportunities for partnership involving the re-development of single family housing in the city of Detroit.

“We expect to have the first draft of a plan to take to the DMC’s board of directors by December,” Mallet says. In addition to the development concepts, the plan will specify dates and timing associated with building demolition and site clearing.

The Detroit Medical Center is an academically integrated delivery system in metropolitan Detroit. It operates seven hospitals, two nursing centers and more than 50 primary-care practices throughout southeast Michigan. The system 3,000 licensed beds, 3,000 affiliated physicians and serves as the teaching and clinical research site for Wayne State University.

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