See a cake made in the shape of Forest Arms

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An image of Forest Arms pre-renovation, after a 2008 fire gutted the building. - GOOGLE STREET VIEW IMAGE
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  • An image of Forest Arms pre-renovation, after a 2008 fire gutted the building.

By now, most of us know that refurbishing historic properties helps stimulate the economy in a way that new construction can't. But what's will surprise you is that one recent renovation even helped a local cake business.

The business is Cake Ambition: Our recent Best of Detroit issue named it for Best Cakes, likely because of all the fantastic cakes the company has produced, ranging from a pirate ship to a bust of Lionel Richie. And owner Jessica Bouren tells us she was contracted to make a cake celebrating the building's completed renovation, which made her finished confection twice as sweet.



PHOTO COURTESY CAKE AMBITION
  • Photo courtesy Cake Ambition
PHOTO COURTESY CAKE AMBITION
  • Photo courtesy Cake Ambition

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