Brad Oleshansky

  • A Car Collector’s Dream Turns Real in Pontiac

    Hardcore car enthusiasts, rejoice! The M1 Concourse project is really happening and by spring next year you’ll be able to park your collectible car in a luxury garage not far from Detroit.

    Detroit 25 June 2015 11:56
  • Car Condos to Replace Former GM Property in Pontiac

    A large piece of vacant land on Woodward Avenue in Pontiac that once used to serve as a validation facility for auto giant General Motors Co. will be reinvented as the ultimate destination for car enthusiasts. A joint venture between Birmingham-native and entrepreneur Brad Oleshansky and Revitalizing Auto Communities Environmental Response (RACER) broke ground this week on the first phase of M1 Concourse—a $40 million to $60 million investment that will transform the 80-acre site into an automotive event complex and recreational test track.

    Detroit 03 June 2013 19:09

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