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Grandmont Rosedale

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GrandmontRosedale

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.

Grandmont Rosedale Features

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.

From vacant to vibrant: A coalition rises

Educating community activists about the resources and best practices available for improving the quality of life in Detroit neighborhoods is the mission of the Vacant Property Coalition. Jon Zemke talks local empowerment with the group's Janai Gilmore.

Global Detroit: Soccer unifying force for African immigrants

Each year on Independence Day, Detroit’s African communities split up by country to face off in a series of games which last the entire nine hours of the picnic. But it's not about winning in the end, writes Ajooni Sethi, it's about building community.

Laying foundations for entrepreneurship

Behind every start-up entrepreneur is a risk-tolerant investor. In Detroit, that’s likely to be the Detroit Development Fund, which has provided loans for small businesses like Astro Coffee and Good Girls Go to Paris. Dennis Archambault adds up the details.
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