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What’s happening: A groundbreaking ceremony was held late last month for Left Field, a 120-unit housing development on the site of old Tiger Stadium in Corktown. The $42 million development will be built in two phases at the corner of the Fisher Service Drive and Cochrane Street, with the first 60 units expected to open by the end of 2023 and the second 60 units expected to open in 2024. The apartments will further complete the redevelopment of the historic site, which already features apartments, condos, retail, and the Detroit Police Athletic League’s youth sports stadium.

What’s planned: The Left Field development will feature studios, and one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment units. 40 percent of the development’s 120 units will be reserved for what’s being considered affordable housing, the breakdown of which includes 43 units at or below 60 percent AMI (Area Median Income), which is approximately $1,000 per month for a one-bedroom, and five units at 50 percent AMI, which is approximately $840 per month for a one-bedroom. For those at or below 50 percent AMI, there are 29 of the 48 affordable units available with rental assistance contracts. Left Field is being built by the Detroit-based American Community Developers, which also owns the nearby Clement Kern Gardens.....