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Grandmont Rosedale

The Grandmont Rosedale community is made up of five neighborhoods. North Rosedale Park, Rosedale Park, Grandmont, Grandmont #1 and Minock Park are among the city's most desired residential communities. First developed in the 1920s, these neighborhoods have custom-built homes, many in the Tudor, colonial, and Arts and Craft style.


Linda Smith, director of U-SNAP-Bac

The evolution of community development in Detroit: Three leaders talk about their work.

Many of Detroit's community development corporations, or CDCs, find themselves operating in different conditions today than when they were founded. Model D spoke with the leaders of three longstanding CDCs in different parts of the city to see how their work is evolving.

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After 25 years, Grandmont Rosedale provides a template for community development

For a quarter century, Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation has worked towards its mission of preserving and improving the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods. Its efforts are bearing fruit.

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Model D TV: Rosedale-Grandmont Little League, a neighborhood institution since 1992

Since it was founded in 1992, the Rosedale-Grandmont Little League has been the summer pastime of that west side neighborhood. Three Lyons Creative brings us this video, a part of our "City Kids" series.


Green Grocer: A fresh food oasis in Northwest Detroit

Another myth we are happy to help disprove is that Detroit is a food desert. No, no it isn't, and for the next several weeks Nicole Rupersburg will show us what's really up in a series of profiles on full-service stores in neighborhoods throughout the city. 


Recycling in Detroit: You made it happen

Recycle Here! is packed every Saturday and there is curbside recycling in Rosedale Park, East English Village and Palmer Woods/University District, servicing nearly 50,000 households. Matthew Naimi says that's only the beginning of the Bee Green movement.
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